You might not be able to afford a Cadillac, but if you are in need of a brand-new car, then this may be the place to go.
The company, which has been building cars at its factory in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn since 2002, opened the store on Thursday and is expected to start selling cars in June.
The building is one of two stores in Brooklyn’s Williamsburgh neighborhood where Cadillac has built a car factory since 2002.
The company is owned by CCA and has been a major source of funding for the company and its operations since it was founded in 1925.
Bobby Bostick, CCA’s president and chief operating officer, told Polygon that the company has been in negotiations with the city of Williamsburg since October about whether to open a new Cadillac factory.
“I think we are getting close to that,” Bostack said.
Cadillac has said it wants to build 500 cars a year, with about 40 percent of those cars going to its U.S. operations.
Williamsburg is an increasingly diverse and diverse area.
According to a 2010 census, there were 3,931 households in the area.
The census also revealed that 57 percent of residents in Williamsburg were white, and 44 percent were black.
In a statement, Williamsburg Mayor Joe Caccia said that the new building would be the second Cadillac factory in Brooklyn.
This will be the company’s fifth Cadillac factory, after opening a factory in Buffalo in the 1980s.
The first factory opened in the city in 1985.