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A run-of-the-mill three-story Bushwick rental is suddenly the poster child of innovation led by Brooklyn-based company, Meridio (formerly Pangea), which is trying to introduce blockchain technology to New York’s housing  Read more

A horde of unruly booze cruisers started a brawl that ended in gunfire and a car crash in Brooklyn Friday night. The party boat docked at the Brooklyn Army Terminal  Read more

Photo: HPD, via Crain'sCity issues first affordable housing RFP requiring modular construction, reported The Real Deal 5/24/18 regarding a city-owned parking lot in East New York. It's part of a  Read more

The current status of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in a large, localized area of Prospect Park Lake is "Confirmed with High Toxins." A lab sample confirmed this on May 21,  Read more

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If you’re determined to check off every Instagrammable spot in the city (Dream Machine? Washington Street in DUMBO? Egg House? The Cloisters?), then get your duck face ready: The  Read more

A Democratic district leader in Brooklyn has decided not to seek re-election after 43 years in the job — four days after The Post revealed he spent campaign funds on car  Read more

For the past eight summers we’ve partnered with Brooklyn Brewery to create a series of awesome, Saturday afternoon crawls that hit up the best bars, restaurants and shops in neighborhoods  Read more

Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don’t be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who’ve  Read more

Trinity Place Holdings has closed on its $81 million purchase of the mixed-use building at 237 11th Street in Park Slope. The building stands 12 stories tall and contains 105  Read more

HITN, a television network geared toward Hispanics, is more than doubling its presence at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The nonprofit is expanding from 21,000 to about 61,000 square feet at  Read more

In another sign of Forest City New York's diminished capacity, a key development executive on Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, and other projects, has left the company.As the Commercial Observer reported yesterday, Oxford  Read more

Friday: New Yorkers in the national spelling bee, your Memorial Day weekend lineup, and an addition to the Coney Island skyline. Read more

Coney Island, baby! More than 40 years since Lou Reed’s most romantic album, it’s a pity the rocker isn’t around to see the changes along the city’s iconic ocean beach  Read more

Fixing the BQE: This park is coming together! Read more. Read more

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

Red Hook: The cleanup of this green space hit another red light. Read more. Read more

Our friends at the Brooklyn Heights Association have notified us that new MTA President Andy Byford (photo) will be present to talk and answer questions about his plan to repair  Read more

A judge temporarily blocked the controversial closure of a Brooklyn school Thursday after backers argued that the Department of Education bypassed an oversight board in their rush to shutter it.  Read more

Three people were discovered zombie-like and passed out on the sidewalks in Crown Heights after suffering from suspected K2 overdoses on a balmy Thursday afternoon. The victims needed to be  Read more

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