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Industry City Adding Retail Corridor In 2017
Fuhgeddaboudit! New Survey Finds Brooklyn Most Unaffordale Place To Live In U.S.
A Brooklyn Condo Crafted In Concrete
Gowanus Canal Bridge Replacement On Hold Until After Cleanup, Officials Say
East New York Woman Severely Beaten By Man Riding Scooter
Homes For Sale In Brooklyn And Manhattan
2 Suspects Face Charges After Police Find Heroin Mill At Bushwick Candy Shop
'Breaking A Monster,' Or How 3 African American Kids From Brooklyn Became Heavy Metal Superstars
For Draftniks, Nets Took A Risk, Which For Most Is A Good Thing
Build It Back Suspends Construction In Brooklyn After Gerritsen Beach Home Collapse
Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Gift: Diversity
Limo Driver Stops On Brooklyn Bridge To Save Tiny Dog
Rookie Cop Who Let Prisoner Escape In East New York Suspended For 30 days
52-Year-Old Man Shot To Death Outside Brownsville Glenmore Houses
Midwood Teacher Brings Laughter To Math Classroom, Makes ‘Math Seem Like Magic’
Principal Quits Troubled Bed-Stuy School
Primary Battle Brewing In Brooklyn
ODA's Rheingold Project Housing To Take Up Two Full City Blocks In Bushwick
Is SCRATCHbread Coming Back To Brooklyn?
Cyclones Skipper: We Will Right This Ship
Million-dollar house sales in Crown Heights South
Million Dollar Baby. Or Babies, actually.
Some Crown Heights South houses have been selling for $1 million or thereabouts, public records reveal:
Witches' hats and other Crown Heights South eye candy
What's your favorite house on Doctor's Row?
Brooklyn Botanic Garden sold a Crown Heights South site for almost $25 Million
East New York
Prospect Park South
The Tracy Mansion's makeover plan needs tweaking
After decades as a Montessori school, the Tracy Mansion will have people live in it once again.
But first, Raymond Zagami needs to square away his remodeling plan.
Mansion planned next door to the Montauk Club
Developer Donald Minerva plans to construct a five-story mansion on a vacant Park Slope lot — with an extraordinary location.
Winter white in Brooklyn Heights — and we don't mean snow
Is that a snow bunny on your stoop? Last week, while everybody was waiting for the Big Storm to arrive, we kept noticing winter white throughout Brooklyn Heights. Not snow, but lots of snow-hued stuff. …
A single-family home conversion with a twist at 146 Willow St.
A single-family home conversion — that's a story you've heard before in Brooklyn Heights.
But how often does the building have 11 apartments before its makeover?
Oil tycoon's daughter buys Brooklyn Heights carriage house that once belonged to the Jehovah's Witnesses
Bless This House.
Or more specifically, this carriage house.
The Brooklyn Heights Historic District property sold for $9.8 million — to an oil tycoon's daughter.
A new look for 70 Willow St., the Brooklyn Heights landmark where Truman Capote lived
To hell with your nostalgia, Heights literature lovers!
Architectural eye candy in East New York
Some historic properties in the area are just a mess. Some are just terrific.
Preservation advocates call for landmarking in East New York's rezoning area
Preservation advocate Zulmilena Then wants New Yorkers to know something important about East New York.
Landmarks Preservation Commission approves Bushwick Masonic lodge's residential makeover
A Bushwick Masons' lodge that was one of Brooklyn's coolest indie concert venues — for a while — is a step closer to getting a residential makeover.
Swift sale of the Parkway Garage on Sunset Park's Fourth Avenue
That was fast.
The Parkway Garage, a handsome pinkish-hued Sunset Park warehouse and office building, landed a buyer in no time flat.
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