Brooklyn Development – The Map

The Real Deal, a website
devoted to high-end NYC real estate, published “Brooklyn’s New
Development” last winter, a stunning map pinpointing new construction
in Greenpoint, Williamsburg, East Williamsburg/Bushwick, Dumbo/Vinegar
HIll, Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, Clinton Hill, Cobble
Hill/West Cobble HIll, Red Hook, Prospect Heights, and Park Slope: THE MAP. The story is here:

all, it details 133 new construction projects in those neighborhoods.
Unfortunately, the map doesn’t illustrate what is happening in our
neighborhood, or other parts of Central and South Brooklyn, where
residents are crying foul at developers’ rampant high-rise building
projects. And the land grab isn’t over. In a recent article, “Need
Land? Brooklyn’s got lots,” The Real Deal declares that “developers
don’t expect saturation anytime soon” ( ).

It may be the procrastinating tactics of the professional student, but
I am getting a bit obsessed with real estate blogs and websites. May be
old news to you, but I just discovered Curbed (
), sponsored by It links to real estate blogs
like Brownstoner and resources like Property Shark. It also features a
Brooklyn archives of articles. Worth poking around in if you’re looking
to avoid other things.

–June Reich 

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