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Authorities are looking for a woman who they say pillaged a woman’s backback at Atlantic Terminal earlier this month. Read more. Read more

The latest batch of reports found that the new development price per square foot in Williamsburg is up 86 percent year-over-year and Manhattan’s office market posted positive absorption for the  Read more

Weeks after inking a pricey deal for a Williamsburg development site, investor Joseph Brunner is again taking on north Brooklyn with the purchase of a Greenpoint site. ... [more] Read more

Chase bank is merging two of its branches in Sheepshead Bay. The company informed customers by mail last week that the location at 1519 Sheepshead Bay Road — across from  Read more

First Drafts is a series exploring the early work of our architectural icons, examining their careers through the lens of their debut projects. Occasionally unexpected but always insightful, these undertakings  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_628032” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Rendering of 731 Bergen Street in Prospect Heights[/caption]

Lowline files permits for a “lab” on the Lower East Side. Renderings revealed for two Prospect Heights townhouses. Opponents  Read more

A father-son construction team in Connecticut recently found a baseball signed by six of the World Champion 1952 Yankees—including Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, and Whitey Ford—while tearing apart the basement  Read more

Chicago’s South Side jumped for joy when the Obamas officially announced that they had selected the Windy City for their presidential library back in May. And the next big step  Read more

“A longtime Brooklyn contractor is assembling a 12-person paid crew for a two-year excursion around the world. He will be taking The Peacemaker, a 158-foot, three-masted barquentine, on the adventure  Read more

All photos © Vivek Muthuramalingam via ArchDaily Preserving views of the Nilgiri Mountains; gauging the gradient of slopes; determining access to drivable roads vs. simple mud paths; measuring proximity to  Read more

This week’s Pacific Standard story on a racist neighborhood listserv (“When you all see these people... tell them to get out of our neighborhood”) reminds us to remind you: if  Read more

This week’s Pacific Standard story on a racist neighborhood listserv (“When you all see these people... tell them to get out of our neighborhood”) reminds us to remind you: if  Read more

On Thursday evening, September 24, the Brooklyn Historical Society will present “Nerd Nite Speed Dating” (would any true nerd spell night “nite”?), followed by two presentations on local history. Doors  Read more

With Brooklyn safely in ruins, it appears both real estate agents and tourists have turned their attention to Queens, a borough that does not yet have a bespoke hat shop  Read more

City Councilman Chaim Deutsch met with a group of families at Homecrest Playground Tuesday night to discuss efforts to rid the park of criminal activity that some say has made  Read more

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The post Check Out the Festival of Colors Film and Art Festival at Art Cafe + Bar Through Monday appeared first on Brooklyn Based. Read more

Right next door to the record-breaking, $70-million house where owner/Minecraft creator Markus Persson has tons of EDM DJs and celebs party in his infinity pool is a large estate once  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

As we head into the last gasp of summer before Labor Day signals the return to the real world, people... Read More… Read More

The post Your Ideal Week: Aug. 27-  Read more

A little leak may be a big problem for the World Trade Center site. DNAinfo has learned that the site’s slurry wall, which is responsible for keeping the Hudson River  Read more

A selection of different vintage lightbulb designs offered by Aamsco. Clockwise from top left: the Art Deco Style, the F1900, the F1920Q, the Squirrel Cage, the Decora and the Tesla  Read more

One more will make a trend, as news of the terrifying glass-bottomed swimming pool elevated between two towers in London has been followed by news of a remarkably similar, equally  Read more

A 52-year-old woman riding a mobility scooter was killed Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a car while crossing Nostrand Avenue along Avenue Z, police say. According to the NYPD,  Read more

It’s only been four years since Rahm Emanuel took over the top spot at City Hall, but the city’s streetscape and skyline has been undergoing steady change ever since. There’s  Read more

Zaha Hadid Architects argue their design is not only ready for construction, but also fits in with the landscape. Image via Zaha Hadid Architects. Zaha Hadid Architects released a 23-minute  Read more

Once again, because of the need to repair damage caused by Hurricane Sandy to the tunnels used by A and C trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan, from 11:45 p.m. Friday,  Read more

Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it to Also, follow us on  Read more

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Bar Goto

245 Eldridge St., nr. Houston St.; 212-475-4411. Open now.

Try the Sakura Martini (made with sake, gin, Maraschino, and cherry blossom) at this Japanese bar from Kenta Goto  Read more

Our boys started a road trip on the right foot! Read more. Read more

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