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NYREJ – BRG Handles Three Sales In Brooklyn Totaling $9.05 Million

298 7th Ave., a mixed-used property in the Park Slope neighborhood sold for $3.4 million. This property contains 4,448 s/f: three apartments and one retail unit. The sellers were 298 7th Avenue LLC and the buyer was 7th Avenue LLC. … Continue reading NYREJ – BRG Handles Three Sales In Brooklyn Totaling $9.05 Million

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New York Times – Sale Of 331 Keap Street Brooklyn, NY

A 10-year lease is available for a 2,690-square-foot ground-floor retail condominium with 25 feet of frontage in this 2007 mixed-use 16-story condominium with a striking blue-tinged facade. 

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New York Times – Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

These two contiguous walk-ups in the West Village, totaling 6,480 square feet, and an 1,800-square-foot carriage house in the rear are available across the street from the Jefferson Market Garden.

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Bklyner – Increased Development Needs Increased Infrastructure In Downtown Brooklyn, Say Community Leaders

The intersection of DeKalb and Flatbush Avenues, where it meets with Albee Square and Fulton Mall is likely slated for even more development — even beyond the talk of “Brooklyn’s tallest tower” at 340 Flatbush Avenue Extension, adjacent to the … Continue reading Bklyner – Increased Development Needs Increased Infrastructure In Downtown Brooklyn, Say Community Leaders

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Rebusiness Online – Bestreich Realty Group Facilitates $9.2M Sale of 38-Unit Multifamily Portfolio in Brooklyn

NEW YORK CITY — Bestreich Realty Group has brokered the sale of a 38-unit five-building assemblage of multifamily properties located at 255-265 Linden St. in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood. Linden Street Group acquired the properties from Excelsior Equities for $9.5 million. … Continue reading Rebusiness Online – Bestreich Realty Group Facilitates $9.2M Sale of 38-Unit Multifamily Portfolio in Brooklyn

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Commercial Observer – With the L Train Closing, Some Shrewd Brooklyn Minds Are Looking Around the J, M, & Z Lines

It’s all aboard the J, M, Z subway lines! While the L train partial and temporary shutdown won’t be a reality until 2019, some real estate investors and tenants are already taking steps in anticipation of the proverbial traffic ahead. … Continue reading Commercial Observer – With the L Train Closing, Some Shrewd Brooklyn Minds Are Looking Around the J, M, & Z Lines

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