The popular seafood shack will appear before Community Board 6 next week.
City Planning told a developer to listen to residents before building retail on Joseph Slifka Park.
A proposed 12-seat cafe that plans to serve alcohol is not "appropriate" for the area, residents say.
Developers are planning to construct a "modern yet contextual" building in the historic district.
Cyclists are forced to lock up on train trestles, trees or scaffolding near 71st/Continental Avenue.
Vice Media hosted a party for Absolut Vodka that upset locals with loud music and bright lights.
Brooklyn Public Library will review its controversial $1.8 million plan to renovate the Red Hook branch.
The restaurant is hoping to return its five tables and 20 seats to the outdoor space.
The grocery store at Third Avenue and Third Street had planned to serve hard alcohol at its rooftop bar.
Two former investment bankers are planning to open a lounge called Raw on Third Avenue.
Luke's Lobster applied for a beer and wine license at 685 Third Ave. at 44th Street.
CB6 welcomed four new members, including experts in commercial real estate and senior services.
New York Comedy Club's new owners must address longtime concerns, Community Board 6 members said.
Buschenschank has racked up numerous neighbor complaints and violations, according to city records.
A bidder for the former hospital has not been able to close the sale, officials said.
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