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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Boerum Hill: It’s looking less likely that Boerum Hill’s hottest prostitution corner will become the site of a new charter school. Comments (3)

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Bridge ‘Park’: Public boozehounds rejoice — Brooklyn Bridge Park will have an outdoor wine bar and plaza if everything goes according to plan, development officials revealed on Monday night. Comments (7)
Williamsburg: It’s a parking lot with the best view of the Manhattan skyline — and Community Board 1 wants to turn it into a park. Comments (3)
Williamsburg: Opponents say that the city was racist and unfair. Wow, a double-whammy! Comments (10)

Monday, March 15, 2010

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: Freshman Councilman Steve Levin has come out against the $1.2-billion redevelopment of the old Domino Sugar refinery on the Williamsburg waterfront, calling its 2,200 units too big for a neighborhood that has seen massive growth since a 2005 rezoning that encouraged just such development. Comments (3)
Park Slope: Internationally renowned architect Enrique Norten’s Carroll Street proposal was dealt a death blow on Friday when an obscure city board rejected his argument that he needed to expand the size of the Park Slope project to make it financially viable. Comments (6)

Saturday, March 13, 2010

School comes to its Seneshes

Carroll Gardens: Hannah Senesh Day School’s controversial courtyard plan is off. Comments (3)

Friday, March 12, 2010

Berkeley Carroll School gets expansion OK

Park Slope: The city has approved a Park Slope private school’s expansion plan, a controversial scheme that vexes some residents who fear that the new building will undermine the neighborhood’s historic character. Comments (1)

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Atlantic Yards: A whirlwind and symbolic day in the Atlantic Yards footprint. Comments (28)
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Atlantic Yards: Join The Brooklyn Paper team of Andy Campbell, Stephen Brown and Gersh Kuntzman as they take you inside — and outside — Bruce Ratner’s Barclays Center groundbreaking on Thursday. Comment
Atlantic Yards: Bruce Ratner’s dream moves closer to reality, thanks to a judge’s ruling on Wednesday. Comments (5)
Construction Update: Thursday’s symbolic groundbreaking of the Atlantic Yards project practically demands a look back at the long history of this ambitious and controversial project. Here’s a timeline. Comments (1)
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