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Mayor de Blasio unveils plan to increase affordable housing in New York City

Mayor Bill de Blasio in Fort Greene on Monday laid out a 10-year plan to build or preserve 200,000 affordable apartments across all five boroughs. … Full Article

Art is long, and time is fleeting: Industrial Bushwick's murals

For an industrial area, it's got a lot of eye candy – thanks to the Bushwick Collective. … Full Article

Gone Baby Gone: Metropolitan Avenue artists' studios will Be razed for apartments

Here today, gone tomorrow. The East Williamsburg artists' studios where Breeze and John Clement worked are set for demolition, and apartment buildings will take their place, city Buildings Department filings indicate. … Full Article

Take it outside: Sculptor builds open-air studio in Bushwick

Ah, the great outdoors … is a great place for an art studio in pricey Brooklyn, as least as far as rents are concerned. … Full Article

Opening at the Offerman Building: Nordstrom Rack and T.J. Maxx

The upscaling of Fulton Mall takes another step forward this week with Nordstrom's May 1 opening at the Offerman Building. … Full Article

A Tale of Two Brownstones: 192 and 194 Columbia Heights

This is a tale of two brownstones. What will prospective buyers of what could be Brooklyn's priciest house make of it? … Full Article

Hold the sugar! City Council's Domino redevelopment vote switched to May 14

Attention Domino devotees! There's a change of date for the Big Vote. The City Council has moved its full vote on Two Trees Management’s Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment to May 14 for procedural reasons. … Full Article

Azúcar: Crucial City Council vote goes Walentas' way

How sweet it is! Two Trees Management's massive Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment project on the waterfront in Williamsburg moved a step forward by winning a go-ahead vote from City Councilman Stephen Levin and the council's Land Use Committee Thursday.  … Full Article

Bushwick poised for new development and growth

Bushwick caught the eye of commercial real estate investors years ago, but more recently developers have started snapping up vacant lots and building rentals for young professionals drawn to the neighborhood for its great transportation, affordable rents, and flourishing restaurant and art  … Full Article

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