Flea markets tend to sprout in not the most scenic of settings-flat swaths of blacktop, idling warehouses, abandoned lots. The Brooklyn Flea has never claimed to be your garden-variety chipped pottery and dream-catcher-touting flea, the kind of democratizing assemblage of vendors selling out of the back of station wagons. With its careful selection Read More
The relatively few unsold condos in One Hanson Place in Fort Greene are up for rent, according to Brownstoner. Nineteen units are asking between $3,400 and $4,900 monthly through condo marketer Stribling.
Now, if they could only rent out One Hanson’s retail as well… Read More
New York brokers blustered into 2008 declaring the commercial real estate market immune to the credit crisis that with tornado-like rapacity knocked down prices in the rest of the country. Lehman’s aftermath cracked those rose-colored spectacles.
And all those fantastic leases and sales that titillated, that seemed ever on the verge of closure, turned Read More
“The lookers are gone,” said Stribling’s Brenda Vemich, sales director at One Hanson Place, the condo hewn from Brooklyn’s tallest tower, the old Williamsburgh Bank Building.
The economic crisis has rippled across the rivers, driving sellers into hiding, buyers into tizzies of anticipation and analysts and brokers into thorough consternation. What the heck is Read More
Owners of One Hanson Place appear to have lowered by 30 percent the price of the landmarked banking hall at the bottom of Brooklyn’s tallest and most glamourous building.
In a Brooklyn Paper article today, broker Faith Hope Consolo, chairwoman of the retail leasing and sales division for Prudential Douglas Elilman, tells Read More
The unabashedly gorgeous ground floor of Brooklyn’s tallest building, One Hanson Place, remains empty, despite a more than two-year search for a retail tenant, prompting its owners to ditch brokers mid-stream and start from scratch.
“We were just looking for a different perspective on the space,” said Kristin Neil, the manager for One Hanson Read More
A venture of Acadia Realty Trust, MacFarlane Partners, Rose Associates, P/A Associates and Washington Square Partners seems to be moving forward with the redevelopment of Albee Square into the City Point development, with plans to build a 65-story, Greenberg Farrow-designed mixed-use tower in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle writes today.
The former Williamsburgh Bank Tower at One Hanson Place, Brooklyn’s tallest building, will see its clock tick once again tomorrow at the stroke of noon, developer Dermot Company spokeswoman Barbara Wagner told The Observer.
Move-ins start tomorrow for the converted tower’s condos. As for the clock, Brooklyn has been without a 500-foot-high timepiece for Read More
Move-ins will start Jan. 16 at One Hanson Place, the 189-unit former Williamsburgh Bank Tower that has been undergoing a conversion to luxury condos, a spokeswoman for developer Dermot Company, Barbara Wagner, told The Observer.
Dermot (and for that matter, basketball legend Magic Johnson, who is a partner in the development) just Read More