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There were 14 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for a total of about $44 million. The properties were split between seven townhouses and seven condominiums, and they  Read more

Police released a video Monday of a man who swiped a statue from a Brooklyn church, then tossed it in the trash and walked away. The suspect took the statue  Read more

City & State New York has its new New York City Power 100 and its notable how two Central Brooklyn politicians have risen to state and national stature:Former Council MemberLETITIA JAMESState Attorney  Read more

With just days left before he faces 16 other candidates in a special election for public advocate, City Councilmember Jumaane Williams was forced to admit getting arrested over a 2009  Read more

The mother of a slain Brooklyn teen believes he was gunned down inside his apartment building in a case of mistaken identity — and that his killers were actually after  Read more

This Tuesday, February 26th, please join fellow Carroll Gardeners and the New York Parks Department for a visioning session for the future of Carroll Park.As we have all noticed, our  Read more

The governing council is soliciting a voluntary “mansion tax” in an affluent London borough with rich residents including soccer celebrity David Beckham. A spokesman for the council that governs Chelsea  Read more

Three people were in critical condition Sunday after residents in a three-story apartment building in Brooklyn woke up to a carbon monoxide leak, according to an FDNY spokesman. Eleven people  Read more

From a 2/21/19 New York Times article, Webster Hall Is Returning With Its Old Grit (and New Bathrooms):When the doors open in April at the renovated Webster Hall — the East  Read more

A 2/12/19 press release, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership announces WXY and BIG Architects to craft public realm action plan:Today, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership announced the selection of a joint proposal from design firms  Read more

A shirtless man was found dead along a muddy Brooklyn shoreline Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Police discovered the body, which did not show signs of trauma, on a nature trail  Read more

Speak Out: Our readers shared their thoughts on the news that the city tapped an environmental engineer to study Hizzoner’s beloved streetcar scheme, and more in this week’s Letters to  Read more

The city has been fixing a ramp to Shore Road Park in Brooklyn for almost three years at a cost nearing $3 million. And it’s still going. Read more

Cops are hunting a creep who allegedly rubbed his groin on a teen girl and another woman on a MTA bus in Brooklyn last month. The 13-year-old girl and 45-year-old  Read more

An off-duty train conductor got himself into some ‘rail’ trouble Saturday morning in Brooklyn, when he punched a woman in the face during an argument, cops said. Twain Glover, 44,  Read more

Cops are hunting a creep who allegedly rubbed his groin on a teen girl and another woman on a MTA bus in Brooklyn last month. The 13-year-old girl and 45-year-old  Read more

New York Post columnist John Crudele's 2/18/19 column, Why New York City shouldn’t give up on Amazon just yet, suggests that the company should try again:Was the Queens headquarters for Amazon  Read more

From the Real Deal yesterday, Third time’s a charm? Greenland taps Polaris Pacific to replace the Agency at Metropolis. Yes, Greenland USA is now using its third brokerage--after Douglas Elliman  Read more

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for Feb. 23. Read more. Read more

A 15-year-old boy was fatally shot in Brooklyn Friday evening and police believe he may have been an innocent bystander, sources said. Samuel Joseph was struck in the face, neck  Read more

A man allegedly shot and killed his sister’s boyfriend in Brooklyn on Friday, sources said. The suspect shot his 23-year-old rival in the stomach and arm when he opened fire  Read more

The Rikers inmate who called Mayor Bill de Blasio during his radio show to gripe about prison conditions told The Post Friday that he’d been trying to reach Hizzoner since  Read more

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