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City Point's developers amp up their search for retail and restaurant tenants

Food, Glorious Food — the developers of mega-project City Point hope it will be a major customer draw. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Heights resident wants more security for $6.3 million brownstone

A $6.3 million brownstone in tony Brooklyn Heights has been vacant and unlocked for at least five weeks, and a neighbor worries it will attract vagrants, curious kids and big trouble. … Full Article
 

Protesters say ‘loophole’ allows unlawful Brooklyn rent increases

Scores of residents and concerned housing advocates rallied in front of a Schenectady Avenue apartment building Saturday morning to demand protections for low-income tenants who fear they will soon be victims of illegal rent increases due to what they say is a “loophole” in the law. … Full Article
 

Judge orders Park Slope assisted living facility service restored as case winds through court

On Monday, a contempt hearing against a Park Slope assisted living facility’s owner was pushed back until after the holidays by a Brooklyn judge. The owner has allegedly been cutting back on services to seniors in an attempt to deliver an empty building to developers. … Full Article
 

A thousand turkeys, tons of veggies at Brooklyn Borough Hall Thanksgiving giveaway

Surrounded by piles of collards and sacks of potatoes piled on the steps of Borough Hall on Monday morning, Borough President Eric Adams and a host of volunteers distributed 1,000 turkeys and several tons of fixings to representatives of more than a hundred Brooklyn community groups and food pant … Full Article
 

Democratic pols praise Obama’s immigration fix

Reaction to President Barack Obama’s unilateral move on Thursday to change the nation’s immigration system is still pouring in from all corners of the political spectrum. … Full Article
 

NYCreates Holiday Craft Fair highlights local artists at Brooklyn Historical Society

Seventeen Brooklyn artists will be featured at the NYCreates 11th Holiday Craft Fair Dec. 6-7, 2014, in the landmark Brooklyn Historical Society’s Great Hall. … Full Article
 

Gowanus United protests proposed parole facility

The temperatures were below freezing this past Wednesday, but that didn’t stop more than 100 local residents of Gowanus, including local politicians and many school children, from rallying at a proposed site of a parole facility on Second Avenue. … Full Article
 
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Ideas for the Brooklyn Strand include a permanent home for Smorgasburg

Imagine a new home for Smorgasburg or a revamped Brooklyn War Memorial at Cadman Plaza Park with better lighting, bathrooms and more public programming. … Full Article
 

Leslie Lewis: Leaving behind a legacy of safe streets

A little less than 20 years ago, Leslie Lewis was standing with a police sergeant on the corner of Wyckoff and Bond streets in Brooklyn when a young woman approached them. She mentioned that she was thinking about moving to the area and asked how safe it was. … Full Article
 

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