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Months after Apple successfully trademarked the “distinctive design and layout” of its retail stores and proprietary transparent staircases, the tech giant has patented the glass box design of the aboveground  Read more

Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don’t be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who’ve  Read more

Photo via Imgur Though the ultimately doomed nature of Olympic architecture is at this point a well-documented phenomenon, it seems the leftover buildings and arenas from the 1984 Winter Olympics  Read more

Our drinking illustrator visits Uglyduckling in Cobble Hill, and finds its beer menu wanting in more ways than one. Read more. Read more

The police are searching for a suspect in an attempted burglary on Wiliamsburg’s northside. [ more › ] Read more

Interested in getting more of that Curbed life (read: beautiful homes and gorgeous design news) happening on your Facebook? Head on over to the Curbed National Facebook page to fix  Read more

We’re only just on the brink of fall, but it’s not too soon to start thinking about next spring! And if you’re anything like us, one of the best indications  Read more

Photo by Ezra Stoller via SOM Before the green roof was applied to everything from boarding schools to fast food restaurants, and the modern class of flora-covered skyscrapers started to  Read more

Not much has changed since Emiliano Coppa and Anna Klinger opened Park Slope’s Al di Là in 1998 and that’s how both the owners and regulars like it. A number  Read more

A corpse surfaced in the East River off the Navy Yard on Thursday morning, police said. Read more. Read more

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After years, Two Trees’ Dock Street Dumbo project is revealed. Inside Brangelina’s sprawling French estate. Imagining honest New York City apartment listings. Read  Read more

After much speculation around here—plus a breathless NY Daily News report that the two were “spotted traipsing around with floor plans in hand”—word has it that perpetually shirtless Maroon 5  Read more

There is a groper on the loose in Greenwood Heights and he’s targeting women outside the Prospect Avenue R station, cops said. Read more. Read more

Photo via POPSUGAR Home · The Montara House hits the market at $2.3M. · Kengo Kuma adds to hotel campus. · Atelier Pierre Thibault’s house is raised on stilts. ·  Read more

Formerly known as the Steelworks Lofts, the luxury rental building at 76 North 4th Street will now be known as the Lewis Steel Building, according to Brownstoner. The 83-unit luxury  Read more

The photo says it all. Shot at the Marine Park Nature Center. Possibly my favorite Morning Mug photo ever. Photo by Dmitri Kalinin Morning Mug is our daily showcase of  Read more

According to the recently released Barclays Center event calendar for September 2014, there will be six ticketed concerts, with a maximum expected attendance at 14,000, two free afternoon community events,  Read more

Photo: MK Metz This is the sign you see when you walk over the Brooklyn Bridge (to Brooklyn from Manhattan).It's always a relief to make it back!Go to McBrooklyn's HOME PAGE.  Read more

The infamous B44 ticket blitz is a big step closer to getting fixed. Read more. Read more

The West Indian Day Parade, a karaoke birthday party for Michael Jackson, a live reading by BuzzFeed writers, and more things to do and see in Brooklyn, Aug. 29–Sept. 4.  Read more

Yep, we’ve done it. We’re comparing the Cyclones to the Yankees. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn A gang of at least 10 men beat four people during robberies in Sunset Park. The victims, all men in their mid-20s to 30s were on Second Avenue and...  Read more

This Labor Day weekend, Friday, August 29 through Monday, September 1, and the following week, Tuesday, September 2 to Friday, September 5, there are no planned cancellations, route diversions, or  Read more

On Friday, September 5, the Heights Players will open their 59th season with Simon Levy’s stage adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. The play begins at 8:00 p.m.  Read more


side of the street parking regulations for street cleaning will be

suspended on Monday, September 1st, for Labor Day. Parking meter regulations will also be suspended.

Labor Day is a  Read more

Eighty-nine-year-old Ying-Tsang Ng is missing, the Daily News reports. The last time she was seen, she was leaving her apartment on Coney Island Avenue, near Cortelyou Road. That was on  Read more

Adams, Local Electeds, Linda Johnson

Today at the Bay Ridge Library, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced the allocation of $6.92 million in FY 2015 capital funding for libraries and  Read more

Curbed NY has travelled up the mythic Mount Brokerspeak, fasted for three days, and come back bearing tablets inscribed with the first forthcoming apartment listings ever written about a space  Read more

Photo via Design Boom The latest from international architecture office Snøhetta comes in the form of a very stylish, extremely eco-friendly collaboration with the Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings,  Read more

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