Network and learn from Brooklyn’s most influential real estate leaders at Brooklyn Real Estate Conference
Brooklyn Real Estate Conference

The key to success in real estate is knowledge and knowing the right people. All of that and then some will be available at the Brooklyn Real Estate Conference, taking place on Thursday, April 7 at Weylin B. Seymour’s. Offering the perfect opportunity to hear from, meet and network with the industry’s most prominent leaders, […]

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Penthouses are going for millions in partially completed Flushing Commons project
Flushing Commons rendering

Developers reached new heights in the first phase of the Flushing Commons project to an eager crowd on Friday. Spectators gathered around as construction workers put the final beam to top off the 14-story building. Construction will be complete at the end of this year. The 1.8-million-square-foot that encompasses the Flushing Commons project will feature residential, […]

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NY Water Taxi will likely go out of business after city chose San Francisco-based ferry provider
Photo: Daniel Mennerich

New York City residents looking to use water taxis will have a difficult time getting on board later this year. The New York Water Taxi announced it will likely cease operations at the end of 2016. The announcement came after Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration appointed San Francisco-based Hornblower Inc. the first citywide Ferry Service. The New York City […]

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REBNY and Brooklyn Media Group to host Real Estate Conference in Williamsburg
real estate conference

Business is booming – and so is Brooklyn real estate. The Brooklyn Real Estate Conference will be hosted on Thursday morning, April 7 at Weylin B. Seymour’s, presented by The Home Reporter, The Brooklyn Spectator and Star Network in association with the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). The event will feature networking and […]

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Alleged coverup of contaminated College Point soil brought to light
Photo courtesy of Tony Avella's office

Officials and College Point residents are looking for answers after fuel-contaminated soil was found and left unreported at the Linden Place Project of the College Point Industrial Park. Dr. James Cervino—a College Point marine pathologist and Community Board 7 (CB 7) member working as a consultant on the project—uncovered the contamination on a recent trip to […]

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