Community meetings give voice to concerns over development.
Average rent for one bedrooms shot to $3,459 and studios and two-bedrooms also rose in price.
Longtime residents of Skillman Street say they're the latest victims of gentrification.
Some teens whose local spots have closed due to rising rents are finding a new afternoon outlet dancing.
Artists need to spread throughout Bushwick to avoid causing conflicts, the community board chair said.
The Democratic mayoral nominee made a brief stop at the 77th Precinct Community Council meeting Monday.
The Smorgasburg spinoff Pelzer's Pretzels is opening on Saturday.
Lady Charles Desserts brings sweet treats and kiddie cupcake classes to a rapidly changing street.
The USPS is forced to look for new space because new Clinton Hill developers would not renew its lease.
Franklin Ave. residents want more and better trash cans, but officials say that won't help.
District Leader Chris Olechowski is mobilizing the longtime Polish population against displacement.
P.S. 705 principal Sandra Soto said the school's diversity is an asset.
After months of buildup, the mammoth Studebaker Building plans to open doors to office tenants Dec. 1.
The intersection of four precincts and two commands has become a haven for criminals in Central Brooklyn.
The meal, organized by Rabbi Ari Kirshenbaum, targeted newcomers in Bed-Stuy.
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