A new wave of luxury condominium towers in Brooklyn and New York City are replacing the iconic brick-and-stone brick buildings that once made up the core of the boroughs historic downtown.

In recent years, the high-end condominium complexes have sprouted up in the trendy neighborhoods of Williamsburg and Bushwick, while other Brooklyn neighborhoods have begun to catch on.

Some of these new towers have sprung up as a response to rising rents and the construction of new high-rise residential towers that can reach more than $2 million per unit.

In the past, such buildings were located in the central business district, where they often attracted a large number of locals, who were often reluctant to move to the new towers.

But this time around, there are more options to choose from.

The condos that were built in New York and Brooklyn are being built for high-income residents, who have seen their incomes rise from $120,000 to more than a quarter of a million dollars per year, according to the Center for American Progress.

These are largely upper-middle-class residents who live in large residential and office buildings.

These people are increasingly looking for apartments in lower-income neighborhoods, such as Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s wealthiest borough.

These units, which typically include both one and two bedrooms, come with a separate laundry facility, a kitchen, an elevator, and private parking.

These luxury condopres have become popular because of the availability of affordable units in lower Manhattan, a market where rents have increased by almost 40 percent in the past decade.

But in some parts of the city, prices are rising faster than rents.

In Brooklyn, rents are rising at the fastest rate in five years, according, according the New York Times.

Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the median household income is up to $77,000, but it is falling by nearly 50 percent over the past year.

This has led to the construction and renovation of more than 100 luxury condidences, according Airbnb, which tracks apartment listings across the country.

The number of luxury condo apartments in Brooklyn is growing at an annual rate of 2.4 percent, according data from Airbnb.

But the construction boom is also creating a shortage of space, and the new luxury condos are not cheap.

According to the New Jersey Office of the State Comptroller, the average monthly rent for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in the borough has increased by $1,100 over the last five years.

The median price for a one-bedroom condo in Brooklyn jumped from $3,000 in 2012 to $3.3 million in 2016.

In addition, there is a shortage in the number of high-rises, which can only accommodate a fraction of the needs of the condo market, according a recent report from the Manhattan Institute.

The report estimates that there are only 1,300 high-density residential units available in Brooklyn.

There are more than 4,000 high-rate housing units in Manhattan, according Zillow.

This means that for a four-bedroom unit in Manhattan that has a market rent of $1.2 million, there will only be enough units to accommodate a person with a median income of $73,000.

The average rent in Brooklyn for a two-bedroom apartment has also increased by nearly $1 a month over the years, and that is expected to continue to rise.

The apartments in the area have become more popular because they are cheaper than other locations for the same price.

These high-priced units, with more than two bedrooms and two bathrooms, have become particularly popular because, according research from Zillot, these apartments are often the only ones in the building.

They are usually found in the lower-rent sections of the Manhattan residential district.

These areas also have more high-risk populations, which are young, single women and minorities, the study said.

The demand for luxury condos has increased as a result of the rapid growth of the millennial population, which is expected continue to increase.

The boom in high-price housing in Brooklyn has caused the price of condos to skyrocket.

These condos are often priced above market value, and they are not necessarily affordable for people with lower incomes, said Robert Hahn, a broker at Hahn & Company who specializes in luxury condo rental and condo financing.

The current market of high priced condos is much larger than what existed when the borough was still the middle of the “Brooklyn Triangle,” which included Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and the Bronx.

But it is a bubble, Hahn said.

In other words, there’s a very high demand for this type of high quality luxury housing, and it’s not going to stop.

This is something that I would expect to see continue for the foreseeable future, because the demand for high quality housing is going to continue growing and it will

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