Real Estate Wire: Mapping All of Downtown Brooklyn’s Apartments; Park Slopers Love Their Parking Garages

Posted On Thu, June 26, 2014 By

Posted On Thu, June 26, 2014 By In Real Estate Wire

Today’s residential real estate news in one digestible bite:

  • Park Slopers would rather have a parking garage than a new luxury condo in their ‘hood. The typically crunchy locals are saying the 800 Union Street garage is “essential to the neighborhood”. [NYDN]
  • Stern’s 82-story downtown hotel and residential condo tower is one-third constructed; while the installation of prefab units has resumed at the Atlantic Yards B2 tower. [Field Condition]
  • Downtown Brooklyn School Solutions has mapped all the buildings and residential development sites going up in the neighborhood. [Curbed]
  • NYU’s Brooklyn building at 370 Jay Street is getting a makeover. The new design will boast an eco-friendly update with window replacements, solar shades, a one-megawatt wind turbine, and a green roof. [Curbed]
  • Lindsey Lohan was spotted looking at a dazzling townhouse at 9 Commerce Street in Greenwich Village. [NYP]
  • Century 21 owners are selling a trio of buildings for $42M. The sale is likely to result in the construction of a 100,000-square-foot residential tower. [Crain’s]
  • A boring building at 31 Bond Street could be converted into luxury residential units. The renovation is estimated to cost just $4.1M, despite architect Matthew Baird’s plan to add a seventh floor to the structure. [Buzz Buzz Home]

The Park Slope garage at hand (left); Downtown Brooklyn apartments map (right)

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