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Official New York City Homeless Shelter Count Nears 60,000
West Elm Expands At Industry City For Its Hotels Brand Launch
Demonstrators Protest Gentrification Outside Make It In Brooklyn Pitch Competition
Conviction Reached In Brighton Beach Murder Case
Discuss Cops, Community And Innovative Policing At BRIC Town Hall October 5
Brooklyn And Manhattan Rents Increase At Half Their 2015 Pace
Brooklyn Weekend Events Roundup: Crafts, Cover Bands, Mausoleum Tours, And More
More Pumpkin Beer Than Anyone Ever Asked For At The Brooklyn Pour Festival
Game-Changing Downtown Brooklyn Shopping Hub Prepping To Open As Early As Thursday With Century 21
For Jewish Left, Brooklyn Conflict Exposes Challenges Posed By Anti-Semitism Claims
Brooklyn Teen Shot While Mourning Classmate At Vigil, Family Fears She May Lose Ability To Walk
Brooklyn Tech Staffer Tries to Hit Colleague With Baseball Bat, Police Say
Jeremy Lin: 'Charlotte Was A Breath Of Fresh Air'
Woman, 35, Lived Near Bay Ridge Park Where She Was Found Dead
The Wild Magic Of Caribbean Carnival Is Alive In Brooklyn
Greenpoint Street Art Murals Appear And The Water Tower Is Lit Green During Climate Week
Police Seek Williamsburg Man Planning To Commit Suicide By Cop
Nets’ Hopes Rest On Budding Relationship Of Their Big Two
How One South Slope School Is Leveling The Playing Field For Middle School Admissions
Islanders’ New Acquisition Could Cost Youngsters Some Jobs
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VIDEO: Inside the Williamsburg Domino Sugar project's affordable housing plan
The City Planning Commission unanimously approved zoning changes
Two Trees Management needs to develop the Domino Sugar Refinery site on the Williamsburg waterfront. …
Barry Club to mark commodore’s 269th birthday
The Commodore Barry Club of Brooklyn, which has several Bay Ridge residents on its membership roster, will mark the birthday of the Father of the U.S. Navy a little early.
Ahoy Matey: Second-floor residential conversion for 76 Montague St., the building with the anchor out front
The landlord of 76 Montague St. is turning what was a floor of a home-furnishings store into a home.
Apartment tower headed to site of eyesore 153 Remsen St.
Brooklyn Heights' next new apartment tower will be 185 feet tall – the equivalent of 18 stories.
Artists live on ‘Human Hamster Wheel’ in Williamsburg
Ever feel like you're on a big hamster wheel and you can't get off?
PHOTOS: The pristine beauty of the Williamsburg waterfront
Time Is On My Side: Bedford Avenue building bought for peanuts sold for $6 million 37 years later
He's the Six Million Dollar Man – the real-life version.
(Raise your hand if you watched that 1970s television series.)
Wanna know who owns Williamsburg's coolest residential building, 16 Broadway?
Sweet little 16 Broadway is the coolest residential building in Williamsburg – and it belongs to one of the coolest families in Williamsburg, city records reveal.
Spoken word and hip-hop comes to BAM
“Paige In Full,” coming to Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) for its Brooklyn debut on March 14, is a unique brother/sister duo created by Paige Hernandez (writer and performer) and Nick tha 1da (musician).
Brooklyn, NYC small businesspeople still struggling, bank survey finds
A survey of small businesspeople throughout the five boroughs by TD Bank finds that a large number of them still find the economy challenging and still need to take out loans. …
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