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The Bauhaus Dessau headquarters. Photo via Architectural Digest A cool €25M has been set aside to build a major Bauhaus Museum in Dessau, Germany, the second headquarters of the influential  Read more

All photos by Peter Bennetts via Andrew Maynard Architects Andrew Maynard, the Australian architect who recently completed a totally unexpected steel frame “extension” for a Melbourne-area weatherboard house, has managed  Read more

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ICYMI: The owner of Dell’s Maraschino Cherries, one of America’s biggest cocktail-cherry companies, killed himself after authorities unearthed an underground pot farm at his Red Hook factory. Details are  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_479629” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Chetrit’s Willis Tower in Chicago[/caption]

Real estate crowdfunding could top $2.5B in 2015. A Q&A with real estate guru Jonathan Miller. How Two Trees ended up with  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_479629” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Chetrit’s Willis Tower in Chicago[/caption]

Real Estate crowdfunding could top $2.5B in 2015. A Q&A with real estate guru Jonathan Miller. How Two Trees ended up with  Read more

One of Hildi’s rooms. Image courtesy TLC. In 2000, around the time reality programs were becoming a force in the television landscape with the likes of Big Brother and Survivor,  Read more

Esposito's Pork Store, Brooklyn from Brinda Adhikari on Vimeo.Carroll Gardens resident Brinda Adhikari, likes"filming slice of life videos and music videos that illustrate the stories of every day people's lives."  Read more

For the past four decades, the Seaview Hospital of Staten Island has sat largely abandoned, and has slipped into ruin. At that, it’s become an attraction for vandals and curious  Read more

Quinlan Development Group and Building & Land Technology jointly paid $89.4 million for a Brooklyn storage facility at 41 Flatbush Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn. Prudential Real Estate and Extra Space  Read more

Photo via The Daily What Fans of The Walking Dead or developers looking to cash in on some prime post-apocalyptic real estate will be happy to find out nine downtown  Read more

Yet another closing in the neighborhood.   Goldy + Mac, a small trendy women's clothing andaccessories boutique, recently vacated the storefront at 195 Court Street, which it had occupied since  Read more

Police are searching for an elderly man who went missing from his Coney Island home yesterday. Alexander Magerovskiy, 64, was last seen at his apartment, located at 2316 Surf Avenue,  Read more

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church at 199 Carroll Street in Carroll Gardens continues its spectacular music programing with two concerts in March. With its amazing acoustics and setting, these musical events  Read more

A Brooklyn man was charged Tuesday for the killing of 21-year-old transgender woman Islan Nettles, nearly two years after confessing to the brutal beating in Harlem. Read more... Read more

A Brooklyn man was charged Tuesday for the killing of 21-year-old transgender woman Islan Nettles, nearly two years after confessing to the brutal beating in Harlem. Read more... Read more

The grandaddy of art fairs, the Armory Show, is in town, and dozens of other art parties, fairs and exhibitions are... Read More… Read More

The post Your Ideal Week: March  Read more

They're back. After dropping out of the top ten lobbying spenders in the city in 2013, Forest City Ratner's Atlantic Yards Development Company (now presumably an affiliate of Greenland Forest  Read more

So Bruce Ratner, and successor MaryAnne Gilmartin, have made Forest City Ratner a notably hospitable place for women to work in the male-dominated world of real estate, reports Capital New  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. That $150M Sony Building penthouse? It will be the city’s biggest condo, too: PHOTOS 2. Blackstone looks to raise up to $15B for real estate fund  Read more

Photo by Erica Sherman 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 photos@sheepsheadbites.com.  Read more

A JPMorgan Chase supervisor refused to promote a hard-working Brooklyn bank teller because she was black and even told her repeatedly, “You are not the right color for this job,”...  Read more

Naseer allegedly planned to attack the NYC subway system. Photo: MK MetzA jury in Brooklyn is deliberating the case of 28-year-old Abid Naseer, accused of plotting to help Al  Read more

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One of the two tubes that comprise the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel will be closed every night, and sometimes for entire weekends, until 2018 so crews can fix Hurricane Sandy damage, transit  Read more

That’s not sea foam tickling your nose. Read more. Read more

Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

A Midwood man convicted of attempting to drug and sexually abuse a 3-month-old infant, an 18-month-old toddler, and a 7-year-old girl with the intention of producing child pornography was sentenced  Read more

A group of performance artists tried, and — spoiler alert — failed to levitate the offices of hipster journalism juggernaut Vice Media in Williamsburg on Tuesday. Read more. Read more

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We’re blessed to have many wonderful butcher shops in NYC, from new wave hipster operations like the Meat Hook to old guard family-run institutions like G. Esposito & Sons Jersey  Read more

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  A hero never really takes a vacation. Case in point? Albert Mammon, an officer with the NYPD’s 60th Precinct, who became a local celebrity in Bal Harbour, Florida, when  Read more

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