2Q 2014: Rental Market Report in Brownstone Brooklyn

The residential rental market continued to flourish in Brooklyn during the second quarter of 2014, jumping 11 percent from a year ago, according to the Ideal Properties Group’s Brownstone Brooklyn and Beyond Second Quarter Rental Market Report (http://tinyurl.com/ppognk5). The report revealed that tenants are spending an average of $2,810 a month for apartments, highlighting once again that Brownstone Brooklyn is the premier rental destination in the city. 

 

 

September 29, 2014
 North Brooklyn has been home to a gluttony of waste transfers — which have irked numerous residents of Williamsburg and Greenpoint.  The residents have recently implored the area’s political representatives to push for...
October 04, 2014
 The last link between two generations of legendary boxing champions resides in Starrett City.   Shannon Briggs, raised in Brownsville, was soon praised as the second-coming of Mike Tyson, another Brownsville product, following his...
October 10, 2014
 East Williamsburg — and neighboring Bushwick — specialize in quirky, weird and original. Actually, the neighborhoods are the kings of novelty acts.  With the recent arrival of Amancay’s Diner, that circus act just...
October 13, 2014
 The metoric rise of music festivals in Brooklyn continues, and now it has finally landed at the most logical place in the borough: Red Hook.  The burgeoning seaside neighborhood has been a hotbed of musical and artistic...
October 14, 2014
 Marine Park may be one of the most isolated areas of the city.  There’s no fancy restaurants or trendy bars. This is a traditional, old-school city type of Brooklyn neighborhood — a tight-knit, blue-collar community...
September 26, 2014

 “Torst” bar in Greenpoint has taken European brews to the next level. 

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