The MTA will get larger ferry boats for L train shutdown route, and the city is suing lenders over “zombie homes” in Brooklyn.
The waterfront esplanade at Spitzer’s Williamsburg development likely to open next month, and the facade begins to rise at Coney Island’s “Ocean Dreams” development.
The city caught trying to grab senior citizen’s brownstone, and a vegan protest of ritual Jewish chicken slaughter in Crown Heights.
PLG tenants are still fighting for resolution six years after fire, and the Squibb span to Brooklyn Bridge Park has no reopening date.
NYCHA told Coney Island residents to stay home on primary day, and Clinton Hill bar Hot Bird will officially close in December.
Downtown Brooklyn streets are transformed into a playground, and how a Midwood school supplies store stays open in the age of Amazon.
The city says more than 1,100 school faucets still have lead, and Verizon hangs up on landline customers in Brooklyn Heights.
Bed Stuy residents are concerned over piles of trash outside a pharmacy, and Thor Equities put a huge Coney Island assemblage on the market.
Empty storefronts in Brooklyn and beyond, and why the toxic drug K2 persists at the intersection of Broadway and Myrtle.
A Ditmas Park home is at the center of a feud between church and pastor’s family, and state comptroller questions costs at East New York housing complex.