Williamsburg construction update: Spitzer Enterprises' 420 Kent Ave. development

All that glitters is not gold. Sometimes it's a glass curtain wall. The glistening glass we're talking about covers the facade of 416 Kent Ave., which Spitzer Enterprises is building. … Full Article

Wanna see photos of 325 Kent Ave., the Domino mega-development's new building?

Have you seen the new photos of 325 Kent Ave., the recently opened rental-apartment building that's part of Williamsburg's Domino mega-development? A rep for developer Two Trees Management recently sent them to us and writers at other publications. … Full Article

Williamsburg construction update: The Domino Sugar Refinery site

Oh oh Domino. Roll me over, Romeo. Throughout this winter's wild weather swings, construction crews have been toiling diligently at the Domino Sugar Refinery site in Williamsburg. … Full Article
Lunar New Year Parade in Sunset Park

Chinese New Year celebration comes to Sunset Park

Hundreds of children and adults alike enjoyed the storm of confetti complemented by sparkler smoke and smiling vendors that was the annual Lunar New Year Parade in Sunset Park on Sunday. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission will try to save Dr. Maurice T. Lewis House from demolition

The only freestanding mansion in Sunset Park is in danger of demolition.

The city Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) will try to save it. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission okays 'Nitehawk' marquee sign for former Pavilion Theater

The Nitehawk is coming to Park Slope. Its name will glow in red neon lights on a marquee on Prospect Park West. … Full Article

Pols, immigration advocates want ICE out of courthouses

President Donald Trump’s promise to crack down on illegal immigrants is having troubling ramifications in Brooklyn, according to lawmakers and advocates who said agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are routinely and unfairly arresting immigrants in courthouses. … Full Article

Judge rules against Brooklyn Heights Association on Pier 6 development

On Thursday, Justice Carmen Victoria St. George of the state Supreme Court denied the Brooklyn Heights Association’s (BHA) petition against a controversial two-tower development on Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article
Brooklyn-Based Artist Pulls Strings At Winter Olympics

Brooklyn-based artist pulls strings at Winter Olympics

Nicholas Mahon remained humble while he beamed with pride as an audience of more than 30,000 attended the Winter Olympics opening ceremony, showcasing his art projects at the forefront on Feb. 9. … Full Article

Sunset Park parents demand multi-lingual educators

Sunset Park is slated to get five new schools during the next few years and parents are demanding to have a say in how the schools are designed and maintained, according to education advocates. … Full Article


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