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This graphic, posted in February 2018, is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced configurations change and buildings launch. Note the unbuilt  Read more

Park Slope: The owner of Park Slope’s gilded Grand Prospect Hall agreed to host an April fund-raiser for a local National Rifle Association chapter, inviting Kings County firearm aficionados to  Read more

They’ll make the NRA’s dreams come true! The Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope — known for its ubiquitous commercials on NY1 with the tag line, “We’ll make your dreams  Read more

A pair of for-hire drivers were assaulted Sunday morning in The Bronx and Brooklyn – one of them stabbed and the other punched by a passenger – just a day  Read more

The construction project at  Public School 32, the Samuel Mills Sprole School, located at 317 Hoyt Street between Union and President Streets in Carroll Gardens/ Gowanus, continues to be loud and disruptive  Read more

Brooklyn’s luxury market saw eight contracts signed last week, split between four houses, three condos and one co-op. The market, defined as all homes that sell for $2 million or  Read more

Advertisers will spend $1.6 billion on Instagram influence posts this year, up from $1 billion in 2017. But whether influencers can effectively sell real estate is still up for debate.  Read more

The chess team of Brooklyn’s Edward R. Murrow High School is going to Columbus, Ohio in April to try and retake the title of National High School Chess Champions. The  Read more

There's a telling passage in Brook Larmer's New York Times Magazine "On Money" column yesterday, A Malaysian Insta-City Becomes a Flash Point for Chinese Colonialism — and Capital Flight:And yet  Read more

It is telling but dismaying that reform of the EB-5 immigrant investor program is brewing, and 1) the main (only?) ones discussing it are those with a stake in the  Read more

Fixing the BQE: Some state pols want to fast track work on the deteriorating Brooklyn–Queens Expressway — but only if the city puts armed cops in every school. Read more.  Read more

Brooklyn Is Angry: A crowd of students stormed a Park Slope cellphone store during a Friday protest that lasted for about five minutes before quickly dissolving when the young activists  Read more

Dining: Buffalo fans, won’t you come out tonight? Read more. Read more

Cushman and Wakefield have been retained to coordinate the sale of 76 Montague Street, the two-story building most recently home of Friend of a Farmer. The building will be delivered  Read more

A young girl was raped at knifepoint by a mask-wearing intruder who was hiding behind a shower curtain inside her Brooklyn home, police said. The 12-year-old told cops she was  Read more

Gov. Cuomo invoked his late dad’s soaring rhetoric to bash President Trump over the city’s “disgusting” public housing — and also get in some digs at Mayor de Blasio. Cuomo  Read more

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