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Brooklyn, Manhattan want two-way toll to alleviate traffic near them but data doesn't yet show it would benefit Staten Island. Read more

This series is brought to you by Movers not Shakers. We’re in the doldrums of the calendar year. “Yet we know that winter is just another step in the cycle  Read more

Yoel Goldman’s All Year Management completed a bond offering on the Israeli bond market, raising $166 million with an uncommonly low interest rate of 3.95 percent. The bonds are backed  Read more

The Department of Homeless Services announced Thursday that it is severing some, but not all, ties with Bushwick Economic Development Corporation (BEDCO), a nonprofit service provider that ran the South  Read more

The Department of Homeless Services announced Thursday that it is severing some, but not all, ties with Bushwick Economic Development Corporation (BEDCO), a nonprofit service provider that ran the South  Read more

Today, New York City Council Speaker gave her final, rousing State of the City address at the historic Kings Theater in Flatbush. Beginning with the council’s record, Viverito applauded programs  Read more

Nine Brooklyn gang members have been indicted on charges they stole $94,000 in a bank fraud scheme that went on for nearly two years. The men would deposit counterfeit checks  Read more

Nine Brooklyn gang members have been indicted on charges they stole $94,000 in a bank fraud scheme that went on for nearly two years. The men would deposit counterfeit checks  Read more

    

The hotel half of the new luxury hotel-condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park is now open. Called 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge (there is also a 1 Hotel Central Park), they  Read more

    

The hotel half of the new luxury hotel-condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park is now open. Called 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge (there is also a 1 Hotel Central Park), they  Read more

Hundreds gathered outside City Hall yesterday demanding that Mayor Bill de Blasio provide $1 billion annually to much-needed repairs in NYCHA developments. Community Voices Heard (CVH), a grassroots organization founded  Read more

Climate change seems to have rendered this winter merely chilly instead of unbearable, but even the mildest of winters warrants a certain amount of indoor activity. And sure, you could  Read more

Climate change seems to have rendered this winter merely chilly instead of unbearable, but even the mildest of winters warrants a certain amount of indoor activity. And sure, you could  Read more

Now that the Department of City Planning has officially launched its Gowanus Neighborhood Planning Study process, it behoves the community to push for better infrastructure and services to support the  Read more

A deteriorating house at 7 Irvington Place, in the Fisk Terrace-Midwood Park Historic District, was denied a major revamp this week, reports YIMBY. The Landmark Preservation Commission deemed the proposal  Read more

Ferrara Bros., the largest concrete supplier in the city, will be moving its manufacturing plant to 740 Third Avenue in Sunset Park. The company’s current facility, located at 435 Hoyt  Read more

City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito wants to deliver free birth control to all women in the Big Apple. Mark-Viverito is expected to announce her plan during her third State of  Read more

Cops say they picked him up the next day, allegedly stealing mail at the same intersection where he robbed the postal worker. Read more. Read more

After almost a year since going on the market, 107 Columbia Heights, an 11-story, 154,000-square-foot rental building in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District has found a buyer. The Real Deal  Read more

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