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BrownstonerBrooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later Two Sold One In Contract

This week, we’re taking a look at some of our featured listings from last July to see how they fared on the market. First up, this two-family house on Bainbridge Street has some original detail, and the potential to be a nice single-family residence, or duplex-plus-rental. It’s currently being used as a bed-and-breakfast — if you’ve ever dreamed of running one of those, keeping that going is another possible route. The former House of the Day is currently in contract, the agent told Brownstoner. Next, another former House of the Day: This two-family brownstone needs work, but it’s got a fair amount of original detail — including crown...
Brownstoner - Friday, January 20, 2017

Real Estate WeeklyNew Development

EVENHAR DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Home where art is in Greenpoint Sales have begun at 50 Greenpoint, the 44-unit residential condominium at 50 Greenpoint Avenue in Brooklyn. Occupancy is expected for early spring 2017, and the sales gallery is now accepting appointments. 50 Greenpoint’s façade features period-specific materials selected to mimic the early 20th century brick that abounds in the neighborhood. The Brooklyn-based street artist Hellbent, who is known for his vibrant use of color and pattern in abstract paintings, has created large custom art panels for both West Street corners of the building, which will be installed early this year.50greenpoint Developed by Brooklyn-based Evenhar Development Corporation...
Real Estate Weekly - Friday, January 20, 2017

Brick UndergroundWant To Buy An Investment Apartment To Rent Out Here's What You Need To Know

Conventional wisdom holds that New York real estate is always a good investment. But what if you don't intend to live in it and want to play landlord instead? Adina Azarian of Adina Equities and Julia Hoagland of Compass tell you everything you need to know about buying an apartment and renting it out in this week’s Buy Curious. The proposition: I want to buy a single apartment for investment property. Where should I look? What type of unit is best? The reality: In a city in which the vast majority of people rent rather than own, purchasing an investment property is just good business, says...
Brick Underground - Thursday, January 19, 2017

New York PostThe Last Affordable Brooklyn Neighborhood With Park Views

Call them the new kids on the block. In Brooklyn’s Prospect Lefferts Gardens (PLG), an area best known for, well, not being well known, developers are busy building residential apartment buildings among low-rise brick buildings and historic row houses. Nearly 10 new developments — most of them rentals, not all of them welcome by residents — are either finished or in the planning stages in this small neighborhood bordering Prospect Park’s recently redone southeast section. Prospect Lefferts Gardens’ retail is heavy on longtime mom-and-pop shops, as well as Caribbean bakeries, restaurants and salons. New outlets include a gourmet supermarket, a bookstore and hip coffee bars.Tamara Beckwith “I...
New York Post - Thursday, January 19, 2017

Brick UndergroundShould You Jump On This 3 000 Harlem Two-Bedroom Our Experts Are Split

This $3,000 East Harlem two-bedroom, two-bath apartment might be a good choice for a family or for roommates, considering that bedrooms are on opposite sides of the apartment. It's in a co-op building, so you can assume that you'll have to pass a co-op board to move in (which is where the roommate situation may be less than ideal). Is it worth looking into? We asked our experts (and veteran renters), real estate research and analytics firm NeighborhoodX founder Constantine Valhouli and freelance writer Lambeth Hochwald, to weigh in with me on this week's Take It or Leave It.​ The apartment: Size: Two-bedroom,...
Brick Underground - Wednesday, January 18, 2017