Brooklyn rents spike yet again, "Quooklyn" is now a thing, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | June 13, 2014 - 10:59AM

Brooklyn rents won't be getting cheaper any time soon, just so we're clear (amNY)

The New York Times has discovered the Bushwick-Ridgewood border, and it shall be called: Quooklyn (NYT)

Meanwhile, moving to Bay Ridge is suddenly pretty tempting... (Brooklyn Eagle)

Real estate is one of the most popular types of crowdfunding projects. Any chance we can get people on Kickstarter to "invest" in our rent? (WSJ)

If you're trying to unload a multi-million dollar apartment, may as well do it right (Curbed NY)

Getting a real estate license just for kicks: probably not worth it (Inman)

Finagling a Steinway baby grand piano into the upper floors of a cramped, East Village duplex is just as hard as you'd think it would be, involves use of a crane (EV Grieve)

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