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Brooklyn Real Estate Prices Climb Higher


Brooklyn’s real estate market continued its ascent in the fourth quarter ... Neighborhoods in eastern Brooklyn, including Bedford-Stuyvesant, Crown Heights and East New York, saw the most gains, said Garrett Derderian, the director of data and reporting ...


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