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Click on graphic to enlarge. Graphic by Ben Keel.This graphic, posted in November 2017, is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced configurations change  Read more

A petition by a neighbor to keep Prospect Park Tennis Center affordable to the community

Dear Neighbors,

Many of you have benefited from the Prospect Park Tennis Center whether through leagues, lessons,  Read more

Community Board 7 Transportation Committee Meeting

Monday, January 29th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The 20th Street

Truck Route Study: Final preferred alternative and

Automated public toilet

located at Prospect Park Southwest  Read more

Infinity Real Estate and Nightingale Properties have landed a $65.5 million loan for Kingswood Center, according to property records. The mixed-use property, located at 1630 East 15th Street in Midwood,  Read more

Two Trees Management is looking for a $175 million construction loan from the state’s housing finance arm for one of the mixed-use buildings at the $3 billion Domino Sugar Factory  Read more

Just five years after entering the U.S. market, Shanghai-based Greenland Group is charged with completing one of the largest — and most contentious — development projects in New York history.  Read more

Here it is: my plump little dumpling sitting pretty in a pool of yogurt and deep green pistachio pesto, scattered with nasturtium petals and pine nuts, like a forest garden.  Read more

A photo of 375 Smith Street when it was the Court Street Theatre circa 1928.For the past few years, news has been circulating around Carroll Gardens that the Lee Brothers  Read more

After undertaking an $80 million renovation, the developers of the former Jehovah’s Witnesses headquarters are expected to ask office tenants to pay up to $85 a square foot. A joint  Read more

The law student who dodged death when she fell into the path of an oncoming subway train last month appeared to be on the mend Tuesday. Rikke Bukh, 22, was  Read more

Given the tight fit of Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, a 22-acre site nudging into an existing community, the margin for error is small. Neighbors regularly express concern about incursions from construction  Read more

Tuesday: Exploring Sunset Park, the Indie Theater One Minute Play Festival, and readers discuss bike lanes. Read more

Bridge ‘Park’: The developers of two polarizing towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park unveiled a new website hawking luxury apartments inside the taller 28-story high-rise, dubbed Quay Tower,  Read more

Prospect Heights: Honchos at an influential landmarks-advocacy group are throwing their weight behind a grassroots scheme to protect more than 80 century-old apartment buildings in Prospect Heights, according to a  Read more

Greenpoint: A local drag queen took to the altar of a Greenpoint church on Sunday to read stories to a crowd of youngsters, defying gender and religious norms to remind  Read more

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