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Brooklyn Bridge Park board to move forward with Pier 6 development

A passionate crowd packed Wednesday’s Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation board meeting at Borough Hall, despite it being held at 3 p.m. on a work day. … Full Article

Macon St. in Bed-Stuy deemed Brooklyn's ‘Greenest’ block

Brooklyn is famous for its tree-lined blocks — especially Macon Street between Howard and Ralph avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant. … Full Article

Last chance to see ‘Ai Weiwei: According to What?’ at Brooklyn Museum

"Ai Weiwei: According to What?" closes this Sunday, Aug. 10 at the Brooklyn Museum. … Full Article

Brooklyn Bridge Park unveils 14 design proposals for Pier 6

On Wednesday, the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation released details of 14 different design proposals for residential development at two sites near Pier 6, at the foot of Atlantic Avenue. … Full Article

What's your favorite Aussie-owned Bed-Stuy brownstone?

It seems whichever way you walk in Bed-Stuy, there's an Aussie-owned brownstone. … Full Article

Aussie Fund's Bed-Stuy Buys: 195 and 221 MacDonough St.

More's the word on MacDonough Street. The real estate investment trust that Australian transplant Alan Dixon's involved in scored big on MacDonough Street with the recent $3.15 million purchase of statuesque multi-family building 75 MacDonough St. … Full Article

Aussie Fund's Bed-Stuy Buy: 272 Jefferson Ave.

From juvenile justice center to posh pad. … Full Article

The Boy From Oz: Alan Dixon buys Bed-Stuy brownstones for Australian fund

Canberra and Bed-Stuy. How do these two far-flung places fit in the same sentence? When the name Alan Dixon connects them. … Full Article

Shocker: How SUNY lost more than $100M mismanaging LICH

The State University of New York (SUNY) has repeatedly claimed it was forced to shut down Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Brooklyn and sell the property to a developer because the hospital was losing millions of dollars a month. … Full Article

'Asphalt Jungle' no more: Historic Brooklyn Heights house sheds shingles in renovation

Clapboard is making a comeback — on Willow Street. An 1820s-vintage row house on the landmarked Brooklyn Heights street has been liberated from unsightly asphalt shingles that covered it for decades. … Full Article


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