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Developer Shaya Boymelgreen had only two bones to pick with last week’s package of articles about him (“Boymelgreen: No new Brooklyn projects — for now,” March 17): His NOVO Park Slope building is actually located on Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street, and Boymelgreen has been living in Crown Heights since he was 18. The Brooklyn Paper regrets the errors, but appreciates the developer’s kind words.

Updated 4:27 pm, July 9, 2018
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