This trans and non-binary inclusive space offers multiple amenities.
In this Tenant’s Rights Spotlight we discuss how much your landlord can raise your rent and why.
An additional 1,103 apartments are coming to Bushwick in 2019.
Plans were unveiled for new mixed-use building At 310 St. Nicholas Avenue in Bushwick.
This newly developed warehouse-to-office multipurpose space closed a few new lease deals.
“It is a critical step in the struggle to stop the displacement and gentrification of neighborhoods of color.”
How and what is impacting the rental market in Ridgewood?
Bushwick is ever-changing, here’s the latest news on building permits.
Deadlines are next week, hurry to apply!
The city has designated $98 million to develop full-service animal shelters in all five boroughs.
It’s time to get to the bottom of what’s in your lease.
The $76 million renovation project at 105 Evergreen Avenue is making big moves.
Data from the Department of Buildings reveals which neighborhoods had the most residential development in 2018.
“Engaging with New York’s cultural community is a priority for us, so I think we are going to fit in very well in Bushwick.”
This local haunt has been in the area for decades.
All Year Management, the developer of a planned luxury boutique hotel at 71 White Street, continues to ignore the pools of standing water on the site that pose a public health hazard.
In 2017, Bushwick had the most newly-completed buildings per square mile of any neighborhood in Brooklyn.
The number of places available for rent in Bushwick has skyrocketed over last year.
After a $51 million deal, art dealer Wildenstein & Co. now own site of old Bushwick church.
The quarter over quarter change in price-per-square-foot is the highest in Brooklyn.
A study shows a 1116 percent increase over the past 15 years.
Easy for them to say.
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