The city's housing agency sought public input Wednesday night on an ambitious plan to create affordable housing and prevent foreclosure.
Thousands of new luxury condos have altered the character of Brooklyn in the last 10 years.
Artists are often seen as the first wave of gentrification in a neighborhood, but they can also use their creative power to bring attention to the issues in their communities.
What can be done to fix New York City's housing crisis? Brooklyn is becoming unaffordable to families making less than $80,000 a year and homelessness is on the rise.
An MIT project studies change in Brooklyn and beyond using Google Streetview -- and identifies some causes of progress and decline.
You might think all the artists have picked up and left Brooklyn, forced out by gentrification they helped create -- but you would be wrong.
Rev. Edward Mason has seen many changes in Brooklyn during his 37 years in the ministry there -- most recently parishioners forced to move due to rising home prices.
A rare Bushwick condo development that was a symbol of gentrification when it debuted in 2007 may finally cash in on rising real estate values in the area.
The image of the late rapper will continue to keep watch over a Bed Stuy block.
The mural will likely come down to make way for new windows, the building's landlord said.