Brooklyn new development: a building boom is underway that is transforming some neighborhoods. So if you’re interested in a brand new Brooklyn rental apartment, either today or sometime in the next, oh, three years… you’re in luck!
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New Year’s is a time when it seems that everyone with access to a keyboard puts in their two cents about the year gone by, and makes predictions about the one ahead. And NYC real estate renters and sellers, thinkers and doers, are NO exception!
One of three NYC neighborhoods could be going through major changes in the next few years if some big-player universities go forward with plans to develop a huge new city tech campus, spurred on by Mayor Bloomberg’s offer of (basically) free real estate AND $100 million worth of city-funded infrastructure.
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