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The Crown Heights multifamily market matures

Contrary to speculation of a market peak in 2015, Crown Heights multifamily property prices continued to ascent in 2016. Such sales activity and pricing reflect the neighborhood’s recent establishment as a prime live/work destination in NYC.  … Full Article

Festival marking 25th anniversary of Crown Heights unrest is praised and panned

Twenty-five years later, the 1991 Crown Heights riots — one of the most infamous eruptions of racial violence in New York City history — are still sparking polarized opinions. … Full Article

Will 15 Willow St. be a record-breaker? Brooklyn Heights house for sale for $14.15 million

Such a desirable house. A 25-foot-wide Greek Revival-style house, built in the early 1830s, located in New York City's first neighborhood to be landmarked, Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article

See the Brooklyn Heights street where Truman Capote and Arthur Miller lived

Brooklyn Heights. See it like a native. Where did Truman Capote write “In Cold Blood” — Willow Place or Willow Street? Where did Arthur Miller write “The Crucible” — Willow Place or Willow Street? … Full Article

BAM and Greenlight Bookstore lit series to return in September with Ina Garten, among others

“Unbound: A Book Launch Series with BAM and Greenlight Bookstore” will return this fall with three talks surrounding the highly anticipated book launches of these eclectic contemporary artists and authors — Colson Whitehead, Ina Garten and David Salle.
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Christ Church will host Evensong in Parish Hall

The parishioners of Christ Church-Cobble Hill understand the meaning of perseverance through tragedy. And they will mark that tenacity this Sunday when they gather for a deanery-wide Evensong commemorating the Feast of St. … Full Article

Brooklyn braces for a (small) invasion of the Cobbers

The mascot of Concordia College is a giant walking ear of corn (snarling but friendly), wearing green corn husks for trousers. The institution’s motto is “Fear the Ear!” … Full Article

Navy Yard gets new shuttle buses

These brand new shuttle buses are part of the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s improved transportation system. This transportation plan will provide the Yard’s growing workforce with direct access to all corners of the city. … Full Article

Atlantic Avenue businesses fed up with bogus parking permits

Businesses on Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill are losing customers because so many city workers are using phony permits and other city ID to park for free all day, says the organization that represents more 300 businesses along the avenue. … Full Article


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