An abandoned parking garage that sold for $3,475,000 in 2007 is nearing the end of a renovation project that will result in the creation of 46 rental apartments. A reader who can see the project from the rear of her house sent in the photos along with the observation that “it looks like a lot of track lighting, nice spiral staircases, etc.” Not sure if that’s good or bad but is sure is nice to see a beautiful old building like this getting recycled. GMAP P*Shark DOB
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Thanks to a $12,000,000 budget increase from Mayor de Blasio and the City Council, all 60 Brooklyn Public Library branches…
Crown Heights’ Weeksville Heritage Center is holding a jazz-themed Weeksville Weekend event on Saturday, October 10.
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Today’s condo is a three-plus bedroom unit with 2,400 square feet and a loft-like, high-ceilinged living space that’s large and attractive….