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Mayor Bill de Blasio, top NYPD brass and several community leaders gathered in Prospect Park Wednesday to announce the details of a plan to crack down on crime during the  Read more

According to the latest batch of market reports, transaction volume for U.S. commercial real estate slowed this year, new development prices in Park Slope are soaring, and Manhattan’s resale price  Read more

Midwood Investment and Development picked up the 20,000-square-foot retail portion of Williamsburg’s Mill Building for nearly $42 million in an off-market deal — triple what it last sold for in  Read more

For a piece of land that’s at the intersection of three red-hot real estate markets (Williamsburg, Bed-Stuy and Bushwick), it’s amazing that the Broadway Triangle hasn’t already had something like  Read more

Are you considering a career in Big Data? Network with other data scientists who are doing interesting work in this rapidly growing field and learn what the different career paths  Read more

Correction: An earlier version of this article misidentified the plaintiff as Miami plastic surgeon Michael Salzhauer, who shares the same name as the plaintiff and is his cousin. UPDATED on  Read more

City officials and NYPD brass declared Wednesday that they are more than ready to take on the “bad apples” of Brooklyn’s J’Ouvert festival — citing the “extraordinary” security measures that  Read more

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

South Williamsburg locals tried to stonewall an NYPD investigation into the mob attack on a gay African-American man, an NYPD detective testified Tuesday in the trial of the only accused  Read more

New building applications were filed for an five-story office and retail building at 1713 East 13 St, just off of Kings Highway and Quentin Road, according to a report by  Read more

Amy Leipziger had been making granola for years, using a simple recipe she learned from her mom. Then in 2014 she became a mom herself, and started to tinker with  Read more

The engine that brings Brooklyn’s monocled fixie-riders into Manhattan will be shutting down in 2019, and a new report claims property owners along the revitalized 7 line could benefit the  Read more

The engine that brings Brooklyn’s monocled fixie-riders into Manhattan will be shutting down in 2019, and a new report claims property owners along the revitalized 7 line could benefit the  Read more

In a rare move, United Federation of Teachers has endorsed Councilman Mark Treyger for open Democratic District Leader seat in Brooklyn’s Assembly District 46. Treyger, a former history teacher at  Read more

On October 16, 2016, experience the wonder of the Brooklyn shoreline at the only half marathon and 5K exclusively held on the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway. The Brooklyn Greenway Half &  Read more

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