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Through February 14th, The Montague Business Improvement District wants to spread the love! It’s as simple as posting to Instagram: How Can You Win?: >>Follow @montaguebid on Instagram. >>Post pictures  Read more

Game over! A Brooklyn gym teacher with a case of “Fortnite” fever recruited teammates for the wildly popular video game in his own classroom — until the Department of Education  Read more

Jurors in the trial of drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman were showing signs of discord Monday afternoon as they wrapped their fifth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.  Read more

Park Slope: Cops are hunting for the teen delinquents who beat and robbed a woman at a Park Slope subway station on Jan. 30. Read more. Read more

Douglas Elliman’s Eklund-Gomes team is further expanding in Brooklyn, tapping a new team lead to drive sales in the borough. The team tapped Jessica Peters, formerly on Elliman’s Peters-O’Brien team,  Read more

88 NEW DEVELOPMENT CONDO REPORT BROOKLYN Inventory declined as developers filed fewer units than were purchased Developers filed 13 plans with 117 units The state approved 12 plans with 289  Read more

A luxury residential building in Downtown Brooklyn has been besieged by rowdy swarms of unwashed college students, who shuffle the halls in sweatpants and terrorize their respectable adult neighbors with  Read more

Tenants at Yoel Goldman and Joel Gluck’s luxury Brooklyn rental have a few things to get off their chest. “There were girls sunbathing topless up there,” a tenant at the  Read more

Thirteen contracts were signed last week in the Brooklyn luxury market, worth a total of about $37.9 million. That’s a more than $10 million dip from last week’s bump, but  Read more

Brooklyn’s Black-Owned Businesses @ Brooklyn Historical Society [ more › ] Read more

McNally Jackson’s flagship bookstore in Soho is no longer moving, and the store is planning to open two more branches as well. One of the new locations will be in  Read more

River of Tears: State transportation officials must indefinitely stop service on the L train until they erase all traces of the noxious gas fumes that filled the line’s tunnels last  Read more

The Gowanus rezoning plan is already attracting heaps of criticism from residents. Many are demanding that the city put more investment into public housing before they complete the plan, and  Read more

Downtown Brooklyn was all over the list of January’s top 10 outer borough loans. The neighborhood had four projects on the list, including the top two: a $321 million loan  Read more

The Navy Yard outpost officially opens today. Read more

This past November, I cited a Bloomberg article headlined Short-Dated Bond Spree by China Builders Flashes ‘Systemic Risk’, which mentioned that Greenland Holding Group was aiming to pay 9% on 1.5-year notes--which  Read more

Checkin’ in with: St. Joseph’s College President Dr. Donald Boomgaarden is so committed to his students’ success that he now teaches some pupils himself, in a folk-music class he debuted  Read more

Event: She’s making a picture that is more than skin-deep. Read more. Read more

The MTA has been ordered to cough up $12 million to the family of an 85-year-old Brooklyn man who was fatally hit by one of its buses. The jury took  Read more

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