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October 23, 2016 | Few clouds,
Welcome To DUMBO, Version 2.0, Where Newcomers Are Setting Up Shop
Will Controversial Pier 6 Towers Be Taller Than Expected?
Ceremony Honoring Brooklyn Heights Landmarking Happens Today
Work Begins On Red Hook’s Massive Norman Foster-Designed Complex
City Won't Meet 'Build It Back' Deadline For Sandy Repairs, Mayor Admits
Weekend Events Roundup: Murder Mysteries, Comedy, Music, Happy Hour, And More
Homeless Duo Arrested For Slashing, Robbing Man In Prospect Park Subway Station
2 Brothers Arrested In Connection With 2014 Death Of Williamsburg Developer Menachem Stark
NYPD Searches For 1-Year-Old Brooklyn Boy
New Places To Drink Wine: A Day With The Prospect Park App
Ultimate Standings: Nets' Roster Is Third-Worst In Sports
The 78th Precinct's Haunted House Features A Creepy Clown Room
What Happens To Our Recyclables? A Visit To The Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility
Homes For Sale In Brooklyn And Manhattan
Good News, Brooklyn Skaters: Fat Kid Spot Is Coming Back Near The Brooklyn Navy Yard
Long-Toppled Statue Of King George III To Ride Again, From An Industry City Studio
Bringing A Brooklyn Neighborhood Together Through Portrait Painting
The Art Scene That Was Williamsburg Seems To Be Fading
No Jail For Brooklyn Stripper Mom Whose Daughter Died In Fire
New Borough Park Luxury Building 'The Hamilton' Greets Tenants With No Gas Or Hot Water
Downtown Brooklyn construction update: 237 Duffield St.
New building alert! Several floors of construction can be seen above the fence surrounding 237 Duffield St. …
Downtown Brooklyn construction update: 436 Albee Square
Downtown Brooklyn construction update: 33 Bond St.
Downtown Brooklyn construction update: 210 Livingston St.
East New York
Prospect Park South
Landmarking agency asks for design changes for supportive housing project on Crown Heights North mansion's lawn
What's the appropriate way to construct a new building that wraps around a landmarked mansion and occupies a big chunk of its garden?
Michelle Williams gets Landmarks Agency's okay for Victorian Flatbush mansion renovation
Michelle Williams has won some new fans.
Proposed zoning change related to Williamsburg's 25 Kent Ave. office project is criticized at Borough Hall hearing
Will this actually help industrial businesses in New York City? The critics don't think so.
First tenants are moving into 7 DeKalb Ave. at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn
Our favorite buildings in this fine world were all constructed long before we were born.
Still, it can be a splendid thing to witness the creation of a new building.
Nearly 90,000 applications for affordable apartments at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn
If you wonder about how intense the demand for affordable housing really is in Brooklyn, consider this: There were 87,754 applications for the 200 affordable apartments at 7 DeKalb Ave.
Jehovah's Witnesses will get big bucks from headquarters sale, New York Post reports
No, wait — the Watchtower's Brooklyn Heights headquarters is worth a bundle after all.
A look at Green-Wood Cemetery's landmarking candidates
The back entrance is pretty awesome, too.
This is Green-Wood Cemetery's Fort Hamilton Parkway entrance we're talking about.
Coney Island before the season starts
Grim, grim, grim.
A look at Coney Island's Neptune Avenue nearly sent us spiraling into depression.
We headed there the other day to take fresh photos of the Coney Island Pumping Station.
Is the Coney Island Pumping Station structurally sound? NYC's Economic Development Corp. is figuring it out
Is the Coney Island Pumping Station structurally fit?
The city Economic Development Corp. (EDC) is doing a study to find out.
Flood-prevention study makes Coney Island Pumping Station's future uncertain
The fate of the Coney Island Pumping Station depends on the outcome of a flood-prevention study.
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