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Bushwick caught the eye of commercial real estate investors years ago, but more recently developers have started snapping up vacant lots and building rentals for young professionals drawn to  … Full Article

Worrisome revelations about Carroll Gardens homeless shelter proposal

Carroll Gardens
The building slated to house a 170-bed homeless shelter in Carroll Gardens was built and may be owned by a convicted felon whose crimes involved abusing the poor for profit, writes Andrew Rice of  … Full Article

Potbelly opens at 345 Adams

Downtown
The new Potbelly Sandwich Shop celebrated its grand opening last week at 345 Adams St. in Downtown Brooklyn. Brooklyn resident Melonee Gilchrist, who has been with Potbelly since December 2011 and in the food industry for 15 years, is the general manager. … Full Article

Bed-Stuy building sells for $900K

Bedford-Stuyvesant
Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services reports the sale of a 6,800-square-foot mixed-use building in Bedford-Stuyvesant. … Full Article

HPD plans 100,000-sq.ft. building in BAM Cultural District

Fort Greene
Members of Community Board 2’s Land Use Committee have asked the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) to make sure there is affordable housing at a proposed new development in the BAM Cultural District. 
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Bay Ridge realtor weighs in on price of presidential White House

Bay Ridge
Brooklyn broker Wade Jabour, owner of Jabour Realty Co. in Bay Ridge, recently examined an overlooked aspect of the 2012 election coverage: presidential real estate. … Full Article

Bay Ridge real estate attorney chosen to offer advice on eHow.com

Bay Ridge
Brooklyn real estate attorney Robert Howe of The Law Offices of Robert Howe has been selected as an expert contributor for a new online how-to guide web site, eHow.com. … Full Article

Concessionaires sought for Smokestack Bldg, Pier 6 sites in Brooklyn Bridge Park

DUMBO
Brooklyn Bridge Park released two Requests for Proposals (RFPs) yesterday for food concessionaires at Pier 6/Atlantic Avenue and in the Smokestack Building at Water Street and Old Fulton Street in Fulton Ferry Landing on the edge of DUMBO. … Full Article

City to accelerate $1 billion in infrastructure projects, including removing toxic PCBs from schools

Parents across the city may have reason to be optimistic as officials announced a plan to accelerate work on more than $1 billion of infrastructure projects – including removing lighting fixtures contaminated with toxic PCBs from 100 city schools and libraries. … Full Article

Building sales update: 2 bldgs sell in Brownsville

Brownsville
Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates Inc. (KDA) reports the sale of two industrial buildings in Brownsville.
The two properties, at 252 Newport St. and 507 Osborn St., sold for $6.3 million, according to Kalmon and Neil Dolgin, co-presidents.
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Lightstone responds to CB 6 vote; to offer free space to Gowanus Dredgers

Gowanus
Saying he was gratified by the 27-4 vote by Community Board 6 to conditionally approve The Lightstone Group’s proposed Gowanus Canal development, Kasra Sanandaji, senior vice-president, said he believed the firm has proceeded “with total transparency and has been responsive to the community’s c
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