Prospect Heights

From 19th century cistern to seating area in Prospect Park

Last year’s restoration and renovation of the 19th century Wellhouse in Prospect Park has turned up another relic of history, which is now also on display. … Full Article

How the borough president is essentially backing 80 Flatbush

When Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams weighed in last week on the hotly contested, two-tower 80 Flatbush project, what drew most of the attention was his proposal to c … Full Article

The buyers keep on coming for Bed-Stuy rowhouses

Ka-ching! Bedford-Stuyvesant rowhouses have been changing hands for handsome prices. Let's catch up on some recent transactions. … Full Article

Fine flora in 'Garden City,' aka Bed-Stuy

How Does Your Garden Grow? Quite nicely, if it's in Bed-Stuy.  … Full Article

Visit Bed-Stuy's Fulton Art Fair, then take this stroll

Art and brownstones — an unbeatable combination.

You will find both in Bedford-Stuyvesant on June 23 and June 24. … Full Article

Permits filed to build rooftop soccer field atop three-story building in Red Hook

The first permits have been filed for a three-story commercial distribution centre in Red Hook, and they include a rooftop soccer field. … Full Article

Fort Greene's BAM Park reopens after remaining closed for 13 years

BAM Park in Fort Greene reopened unannounced after being shuttered since 2005. The park has been renovated, the grass has been cut, and paths have been cleared for strollers. … Full Article

Philip Stenger dies at 89, banker saluted as ‘Brooklyn’s Statesman’

Philip F. Stenger, a business and civic leader in Downtown Brooklyn for more than half a century, died Friday, June 15 at his home in Wantagh. He was 89. … Full Article

Sunset Park’s Boricua Festival to celebrate 20 years, raise money for Puerto Rico

Celebrating two decades of Puerto Rican pride, the annual Boricua Festival Salsa at the Waterfront is returning to Sunset Park, this year with the same great time but with a bit of different focus. … Full Article

When life gives you toxic sludge, celebrate it with souvenirs

Ute Zimmermann came to the Gowanus neighborhood in 2011 for a lovely loft apartment, but she stayed for the toxic sludge. … Full Article


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