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. 

 

 

December 05, 2014
 The new wave of Target stores will be unveiled in New York City on it’s premiere stage: Downtown Brooklyn. The City Point retail center — which will open over the next year — has officially inked CityTarget to occupy it...
December 10, 2014
 Carole Klein got her first taste of music at the age of 4, when she learned to play the piano. By eight, she was performing live.  By the time she was at James Madison High School in South Brooklyn, Klein changed her surname to King...
December 15, 2014
  Sunset Park has slowly been the cozy, diverse, local-centric neighborhood of the borough. But once Industry City is finished, things will change some.  The 16-building complex is the largest privately-owned industrial hub in the...
November 29, 2014
 The bourgeoning success of comics and graphic novels has ushered in numerous conventions and festivals throughout the city.   Brooklyn joined the celebration in recent years with the arrival of the Comic Arts Brooklyn Festival, which...
December 06, 2014
  If there’s anyone that knows the quirks of being a New Yorker, then it is Meir Kalmanson. He was born in Brooklyn and now resides in Crown Heights.  These days his quirky New York City-based videos are creating viral headlines on...
November 16, 2014

  The Gowanus Canal has long been infamously known as one of the...