Wall Street Journal

Developers Bet Big on Brooklyn Office Demand


An investment group has obtained the necessary financing to break ground on a $400 million office and industrial development in Williamsburg, marking the latest big bet on Brooklyn’s growing popularity as a workplace.

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Bisnow

LITTLE BROTHER NO MORE: 25 KENT BRINGING BIG CHANGE TO BROOKLYN


Responding to a change in the neighborhood’s aesthetic and the desires of a young workforce, Williamsburg is set to welcome the neighborhood’s first speculative office property in 50 years.

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Bloomberg

Brooklynites Can Work Near Home as Offices Start to Rise


When Toby Moskovits was a little girl and her grandfather repaired Army uniforms in a factory near Brooklyn’s Williamsburg waterfront, the area was well into its decline as an industrial center.

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Technical.ly

WHAT THE DEVELOPER OF THE GARGANTUAN TECH CAMPUS ON KENT AVE. HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE NABE


On the North Williamsburg site of what had been a parking lot for a machine renting company will rise a roughly $400 million glass and brick office building looking to house some of Brooklyn’s techiest and most creative firms.

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The Real Deal

Moskovits, Rubenstein land $197M construction loan for Williamsburg office project


Toby Moskovits’ Heritage Equity Partners and Philadelphia-based Rubenstein Partners have secured enough financing to start building their massive office project in North Williamsburg.

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NY Curbed

City acquires last piece of Bushwick Inlet Park for $160M


The contested Citistorage site needed to complete Bushwick Inlet Park has been acquired by the city after a bitter back-and-forth with developer and site owner Norman Brodsky. The city paid $160 million for the 11-acre site, allowing it to make good on a Bloomberg-era promise to bring a 28-acre park to the Williamsburg waterfront following the neighborhood’s 2005 rezoning.

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New York YIMBY

CITY COUNCIL GREENLIGHTS NEW WILLIAMSBURG OFFICE BUILDING AT 25 KENT AVENUE


North Williamsburg is one step closer to getting its first new office building in half a century. Yesterday, the full City Council approved a special permit with a new kind of industrial and commercial zoning for the eight-story project at 25 Kent Avenue.

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Commercial Observer

A Spec Office Building Signals W’burg’s Transformation Into a 24-7 Destination


Williamsburg’s real estate success story has mostly centered on its residential boom—until now. With a new speculative office tower planned for the Brooklyn neighborhood and high-profile retailers preparing to set up shop, the former industrial area and hipster haven is becoming a hotbed of major league commercial activity.

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