March 15, 2015, 11:17 pm


Myrtle Avenue station in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn map Five-bedroom townhouse on Lewis Avenue, $1.25m “The quality and depth of the housing stock surprises many people,” says Munsey. “It’s particularly appealing to many Europeans and out-of-town buyers who realise that no other neighbourhood in New York can match its concentration of […] Click here to view full […]

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2 Responses

  1. Black Bishop

    This is the scam of the century! What are people paying for? What is the justification for this outrageous pricing? Paying this much for under 2000 sq. ft of space and you can’t even send your kids to the local schools! Our politicians need to downsize the amount of time that the spend on ceremonial BS and spend more time on housing policy!

  2. Coolgemeni523

    I just hope that the people of Bed Stuy keep there eyes open and watch. They are trying to price you right out of your neighborhood. With gentrification and the change of the neighborhood some people will not be able to afford to stay there. And once your property taxes are assessed and you can’t pay you will lose your home because of this. So either way someone is waiting to get your home. They are trying to say the neighborhood is changing because of gentrification. Where was these people years ago.


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