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Ideal Properties Group's Market Report

Fourth Quarter 2017

Despite a slowing New York City real estate market, the final quarter of 2017 posted a continued upward trend in residential sales prices in Brownstone and North Brooklyn. The Ideal Properties Group report in its 4th Quarter 2017 residential sales edition (https://ipg.nyc/market-reportsrevealed that the area remained consistent at the $1 million price tag. Moreover, for the 17th consecutive quarter, the condominiums prices have commanded over $1 million, despite a 8.4 percent drop in the quarter-over-quarter sale prices. The impending new tax plan is expected to potentially bring a boost to the real estate market in the early beginnings of  2018. 

The Bushwick art scene is unlike any other in the city: unique, tight knit and highly-creative — take a peak at the Bushwick Collective.  

The idea of an all-day restaurant in Williamsburg almost seems like a no-brainer. But there’s actually not many of them — if there is, then its not good. In W’Burg, however, it’s usually all about the brunch to...

On television, Brooklyn-born Jessica Pimentel portrays a hard-nosed criminal that fought for redemption and respect on Netflix’s ‘Orange is the New Black”.

Renting an apartment in New York City has become a full-time job of sorts. 

The sheer beauty of living in Brooklyn is the adaptability. 

Coffee. Monster. Red Bull.

Those were the tools of the trade for one East Williamsburg rave party. That’s because this became a literal dance-a-thon as it lasted 26.5 hours. 

With parks getting a facelift everywhere in the city — with many already having gone that route in Brooklyn — this is a perfect time to create something new to excite the locals.

The growing trend of indie, handcrafted culinary outposts continue to flock to Brooklyn. 

Now there’s one new treat in Prospect Lefferts Gardens that will whet your appetite — or sweet tooth.

The 1960s hasn’t look this good for sometime.

One beloved Brooklyn mainstay escaped near extinction recently. 

These days it looks like everyone wants a little piece of Brooklyn — from high profile politicians to icons like James Bond.

Not many watering holes inspire creativity — they just harbor the artist. 

There’s a new speakeasy in Brooklyn. But nowadays that’s become an almost daily occurence and has  diminished the luster of the formerly trendy hidden bar scene. 

This secretive bar, however, is unlike any...

The meteoric rise of Koby Altman began while he was a real estate agent in Brooklyn nearly 10 years ago.

There’s a new champion neighborhood in Brooklyn.

Now introducing Red Hook as the borough’s newest highest-priced ‘hood, outlasting the long-standing DUMBO area. 

Not many people have heard of Kai Greene. But he may be the strongest man to come out of Brooklyn. 

A healthy chunk of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens was recently designated to “Little Caribbean”. The renamed area recently embraced the new distinction with the arrival of one of the largest Caribbean restaurants to hit...

For more than year now, there’s been the rumors of a streetcar that will connect the Brooklyn and Queens waterfronts.