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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

Podcast: Pauline “Doll” Castagna joins Vince to talk about her plans for the largest development site in Southern Brooklyn! Read more. Read more

Another quarter, another massive Jehovah’s Witnesses deal in Brooklyn. The religious organization’s $202.5 million sale of 21 Clark Street topped the list of Brooklyn’s biggest deals in the fourth quarter,  Read more

Once upon a time, a brash attorney became New York’s mayor and saved the city from crime. Now that the mean streets weren’t so mean anymore, young, wealthy, white people  Read more

The Barclays Center will return to a small but important practice of transparency, announcing non-ticketed events on the monthly calendar circulated to community residents, it was announced yesterday.That longstanding practice  Read more

Downtown: Long Island University will rake in $41 million — and get a new building with a parking garage and outdoor sports fields on top — just for letting a  Read more

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie survives her youngest son’s skiing accident. Read more. Read more

The Brooklyn family displaced by a ceiling collapse in their public-housing apartment spent Wednesday waiting in vain for the new home promised them by Mayor de Blasio. Mom Tricia Jeter  Read more

Residents at a Brooklyn apartment building have been suffering without heat and hot water for nearly 18 straight days of winter freeze — and they’re burning mad that the city  Read more

A convicted murderer accused of robbing a dead woman hid another dark secret — a fetish for children’s feet, which included him hoarding child-sized mannequin feet, according to new Brooklyn  Read more

Brooklyn Assemblyman Charles Barron ripped into Mayor de Blasio’s troubled Housing Authority boss at a closed-door meeting in Albany Wednesday — calling for her resignation amid a series of debacles.  Read more

Residential Rental Report | RentCafe Manhattan and Brooklyn both ranked top two in the country in terms of rent declines. During the year, rental rates in both boroughs dropped by  Read more

Hudson Companies plans to bring 134 condominium units to market at its 1 Clinton Street development with a total target offering price of $477.7 million, an offering plan filed with  Read more

(photo courtesy of Ten-Ichi Ramen)Ten-Ichi, a Ramen and Poke restaurant has been operating on 7th Avenue in Park Slope since 2015. Now the eatery is expanding to Boerum Hill, taking  Read more

Eleven members of an Albanian drug ring were arrested in a heroin and fentanyl bust in Staten Island on Wednesday morning, Drug Enforcement Administration officials said. The crew, which authorities  Read more

Rows of hairy men sweat it out, their paunches sagging gently in their laps like cats waiting to be stroked. Between bouts in the sauna, they put the world to  Read more

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