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Red Hook »

Fort Greene Nursing Home to Open New 200-Bed Facility in Red Hook

Oxford Nursing Home is planning to move its operation to a new Red Hook space.

Gowanus »

Outdoor BBQ Overlooking Toxic Gowanus Canal Slated to Open This Summer

The owners of the Green Building want to open the al fresco BBQ joint in an empty lot on Union Street.

Sutton Place »

Sutton Place Park Construction Delayed by More Than a Year

The park at Sutton Place South won't be completed until fall 2016, the Parks Department said.

Rego Park »

NYPD Plans Double-Parking Crackdown After Complaints Near Rego Center Mall

Officers handed out more than 500 flyers to drivers, warning them of the $115 fine for double parking.

Cobble Hill »

See What's Planned for the Former Long Island College Hospital Site

NYU Langone expects to begin construction on its new medical facility this fall, officials said.

Cobble Hill »

Storefront Windows in Proposed Retail Center Must be Smaller, Board Says

CB6's landmarks committee conditionally approved the proposed retail center at 178 Court St.

Forest Hills »

Peruvian Restaurant Joining Metropolitan Avenue's 'Michelin Road'

La Coya will replace Chalet Alpina which closed last year on the stretch, known as "Michelin Road."

Red Hook »

Red Hook Lobster Pound to Apply for Full Liquor License

The popular seafood shack will appear before Community Board 6 next week.

Murray Hill »

Developer Must Get Community Input Before Building on Park, City Says

City Planning told a developer to listen to residents before building retail on Joseph Slifka Park.

Carroll Gardens »

European-Style Cafe to Disrupt Peaceful 'Family Block,' Locals Say

A proposed 12-seat cafe that plans to serve alcohol is not "appropriate" for the area, residents say.

Cobble Hill »

2-Story Retail Center Proposed for Court Street in Cobble Hill

Developers are planning to construct a "modern yet contextual" building in the historic district.

Forest Hills »

80 Bike Racks Coming to Forest Hills Amid Glut of Cycling Commuters

Cyclists are forced to lock up on train trestles, trees or scaffolding near 71st/Continental Avenue.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Vice Media Party Disturbs Quiet Waterfront Neighborhood, Residents Say

Vice Media hosted a party for Absolut Vodka that upset locals with loud music and bright lights.

Red Hook »

Controversial Red Hook Library Renovation Delayed to Allow Community Input

Brooklyn Public Library will review its controversial $1.8 million plan to renovate the Red Hook branch.

Cobble Hill »

Watty & Meg Receives Community Support for Sidewalk Cafe on Court Street

The restaurant is hoping to return its five tables and 20 seats to the outdoor space.