Monday Links


In Crown Heights, Once Torn by Race Riots, a Friendly Game of Soccer [NY Times]
A Rough Guide to Brooklyn for Conventioneers [NY Times]
Opinion: Affordable Housing That’s Very Costly [NY Times]
Northside Festival Booms in Brooklyn [NY Times]
Brooklyn College Graduates Step Into Depressing Job Market [NY Times]
MTA to Increase G Train Service [NY Post]
Jackie-O Author Defends Choice to Honor Developer Bruce Ratner [NY Post]
When the Going Got Tough on Domino, Jed Walentas of Two Trees Got Going [WSJ]
East River Pool Launches Google Dashboard; 500 Sterling Place to Lease Soon
Developer Acquires Stake in Crown Heights Project Valued at $30 Million [Crain’s]
Tour Musician Mac DeMarco’s Brooklyn Apartment [Rolling Stone]
Brooklyn Tenants Protest, Demand More Protections to End Displacement [CBS NY]
Long Island-Based Sabre Real Estate Opens Brooklyn Office [TRD]
Condemnation Process Begins for Properties Near Arena Site [AYR]
Icy, Health-Conscious Treats to Beat the Summer Heat at Brooklyn Flea [DNAinfo]
Silhouette Cut-outs to Honor Victims of Bed-Stuy Gun Violence [DNAinfo]
Letitia James Breaks City Rules With Rental Property, Records Show [DNAinfo]

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