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Construction Project at a Cathedral: A New Home for Its Peacocks
Cathedral Peacock

Phil, the peacock, eating kale on the grounds of St. John the Divine in Manhattan last week. Peacocks have lived on the church grounds since the 1980s.  CreditYana Paskova for The New York TimesAs with many architectural projects, there was a competition first. There was a jury. There were finalists — 11 in all. The jury chose not one…

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Dog Yoga and Electric Guitars: Amenities, at a New Level
Brodsky Doga

Dog Yoga and Electric Guitars: Amenities, at a New Level By C.  J.  HUGHES SEPTEMBER 15, 2017Lights dimmed. An instructor spoke Sanskrit. And a collective howl went out from a group on mats. The dog yoga, or doga, class offered as a free perk earlier this year just to those who live in any of the 62 rental buildings owned by…

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Brodsky buys City Point apartment tower
City Tower - Downtown Brooklyn

August 4, 2017 1:43 p. m. Brodsky buys City Point apartment tower$100 million deal gives firm its second residential building at Brooklyn mega developmentBy Daniel Geiger Photo: 7 Dekalb Ave. The Brodsky Organization has acquired a majority stake in 7 Dekalb Ave., a 23-story rental-apartment tower that was recently built in…

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125-year-old Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine finally declared a city landmark
Enclave at the Cathedral

ARCHITECTURE,  LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISSION,  MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS,  TOP STORIES125-year-old Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine finally declared a city landmarkPOSTED ON WED, FEBRUARY 22, 2017BY MICHELLE COHENVIEW PHOTO IN GALLERYOn Tuesday the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously…

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Downtown Brooklyn: Commercial Center to Neighborhood
Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times

REAL ESTATEDowntown Brooklyn: Commercial Center to NeighborhoodLiving InBy DAN SHAW NOV. 23, 2016Downtown Brooklyn, the civic and commercial center of the borough, is becoming a full-fledged residential community with its own identity, if not attitude. “In five years, people will be calling it DoBro, ” said Paul Travis,…

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TurnStyle Columbus Circle Partners with Brodsky
TURNSTYLE

The Brodsky Organization is pleased to announce a new partnership with TURNSTYLE: the new gourmet food and retail shops underground at Columbus Circle. Residents from ONE COLUMBUS PLACE, SOUTH PARK TOWER, and THE CONCERTO will be able to receive an exclusive ongoing discount from participating vendors from TURNSTYLE by showing their…

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THE NEW FACE OF DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN

THE NEW FACE OF DOWNTOWN BROOKLYNBy Daniel J. BollingerCity Point Brooklyn is a three tower development in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn (DoBro). The complex is the largest food, shopping, and entertainment destination and includes residential and office space located along Brooklyn’s busiest retail corridor at the corners of Flatbush and…

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5 Enviable Residential Buildings in New York
INTERIOR DESIGN SEPTEMBER 2016

5 Enviable Residential Buildings in New York By Fred A. Bernstein...4. Firm: CookFox Architects. Project: City Tower, downtown Brooklyn. Site: The redevelopment of Brooklyn’s downtown reached a crescendo with the completion of a 700,000- square-foot mall and office complex, City Point, and its attached 48-story tower, both…

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Resident Neighborhood Partnerships
Enclave at The Cathedral- Outside view

The Brodsky Organization and Enclave at the Cathedral are pleased to partner with local vendors to offer exclusive discounts to our residents. Please inquire about our Resident Neighborhood Partnership Group. These include: Amity Uptown, Amsterdam Cleaner, Artopolis Espresso, Book Culture, Cantina 1838, Days of Mays Florals, Flowers by…

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The Rise of NYC’s New Insta-Hoods

Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point is adding residences and much-needed retail to a still-ascendant area. The partially open mega-project will debut its new parts in stages. Stephen and Andrew Leibowitz of Guss’ Pickles, set to open in City Point’s food hall (inset). Photo: Miachel Breton; CookFoxMeanwhile, in Downtown Brooklyn, the 1.8…

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