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- Goodbye, The Local. Hello, The Nabe May 15, 2013After four years of work in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, this is the last week of publication at The Local. But there's a fresh start over at The Nabe.
- The Day: Citi Bike Memberships, Bike Basics and Credit Repair May 15, 2013In today's Fort Greene and Clinton Hill morning news wrap get info on Citi Bike, cycling classes and Council Member Letitia James' credit cleaning event.
- The Day: BAM for Kids and the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival May 14, 2013Get news about Fort Greene and Clinton Hill in our daily roundup, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music's summer slate of youth-oriented programs and the third annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival coming to St. Joseph's College in Clinton Hill.
- The Day: Artisan Market, Pratt Exhibition and a Recording Studio May 13, 2013In today's daily post, you'll find news on the spring opening of the Fort Greene Artisan Market, a Pratt Institute student artwork display at a Gagosian Gallery in Manhattan and a new recording studio in the nabe.
- Crime Report: A Deli Theft, Unauthorized Bank Activity and Home Burglaries May 10, 2013In this crime report, locals told police that their belongings were stolen from cars and trucks, their homes were burglarized and their bank accounts were used in unauthorized ways. Also, disputes between significant others resulted in violence and robberies last week. The trend of robberies on the B38 bus continued last week, with another incident […]
- Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: A Grand Mansion for Sale, L Train Shutdown Is Confirmed July 30, 2016Distinguished Prospect Park South Mansion With Ballroom Asks $2.988 Million Brooklyn homes don’t come any grander than this one. If Louis XIV was looking for a property in Brooklyn right now he’d no doubt zero in on this place, one of the most distinguished houses on one of the borough’s most… Read More > The […]
- Four Houses Under $1 Million to See This Weekend July 29, 2016This weekend we've got four houses all under the million-dollar mark. Some could use updating, but all are potentially livable as is, or look to be. They're in Bushwick, Marine Park, Gerritsen Beach and Flatlands. On Noll Street in Bushwick we find a renovated two-family brick house. It's got a two-bedroom… Read More > The […]
- 5 Fabulous Staten Island Day Trips for History, Chow and Nature Lovers July 29, 2016New Yorkers whose visits to Staten Island consist mostly of passing through on the way to points south may not realize the forgotten borough contains impressive historic enclaves and distinctive attractions. Its eclectic offerings of parkland, religious art, historic homes, and multicultural eats are often overlooked by those blinded by… Read More > The post […]
- Brooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later: Three Sold, One in Contract July 29, 2016This week we’re looking back at four listings we featured six months ago to see how they fared. All of the homes are off the market, with three sold and one in contract. Two-bedroom, two-bathroom condos in prime Williamsburg, such as this one at 538 Union Avenue -- previously a Condo… Read More > The […]
- Enter New ‘Burg Building’s Affordable Housing Lottery for Units Starting at $722 a Month July 29, 2016Williamsburg's latest affordable development, The Brooklyn Grand at 774 Grand Street, has just opened a lottery for 13 newly constructed, below-market-rate apartments renting for as little as $722 a month. The available units consist of three studios, three one-bedrooms, and seven two-bedrooms. The studios will rent for $722 a month to… Read More > The […]