Karl Fischer

344 Lorimer Street, image from Google Maps

Permits Filed: 344 Lorimer Street, Williamsburg

Traditionally, Williamsburg’s Northside has been its most expensive, attracting condo development while the rest of the neighborhood, especially east of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, was largely the province of more accessible rental projects. But with development pressure…

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70 & 80 Lorimer Street

Revealed: 70 & 80 Lorimer Street, South Williamsburg

In 2009, the Broadway Triangle – formerly industrial land bounded by Flushing, Union, and Broadway, – was rezoned, somewhat controversially, for residential development catering to ultra-Orthodox Jewish condo buyers from nearby South Williamsburg. A few years later, a smaller…

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