Greenpointers wonder if blowing up the Kosciuszko Bridge will cause air and water pollution.
One of the oldest houses in the Heights reduces its asking price to $6.65 million and a Clinton Hill co-op debates exiting Mitchell-Lama.
The deteriorating crossing to Queens is coming down when its replacement opens.
A new bill would reform affordable housing by tying AMI to local incomes.
Brooklyn Bridge Park will get famous artist's sculpture and Prospect Park's horse stables are in danger of closing.
Boerum Hill will get a new bookstore in the spring, two mid-19th-century wood frame houses will make way for a five-building development in Bed Stuy, and Brooklyn library details plans for Children's Museum branch.
The native Brooklynite and Hollywood star will name his newest film after a Coney Island icon.
The writer and journalist sold the home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens he had just bought, citing safety concerns.
After more than half a century on St. Marks Avenue in Crown Heights, the Brower Park library will relocate to the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
The first secondary school in New York State, it was founded in 1787 by Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, Robert Livingston and John Jay.