therealdeal.com – From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS and the Chetrit Group unveiled plans to build Brooklyn’s tallest tower, a 73-story residential skyscraper that would be twice as high as anything surrounding it. The investment represents a stark contrast to where the neighborhood was just over a decade ago. Since a 2004 rezoning, nearly 41 million square feet has been built or is in the works in Downtown Brooklyn. Most of that has been residential, but attention is now expanding to the office market. Read on for the second installment of our Q&A; on Downtown Brooklyn with John Horowitz of Marcus & Millichap and Albert Laboz of United American Land.
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