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The subsidized apartments at Pacific Park are set aside for households earning up to $173,415 a year.
A shortage of bilingual therapists has made the problem especially difficult in some districts.
The shipping giant is leasing industrial spaces once eyed for offices.
Catwalks, balconies, a secret staircase and elaborate ceiling panels were uncovered at the theater.
One state lawmaker wants to make it harder to buy property anonymously through LLCs.
The stripped and dismembered dolls have been strung from a tree at a Clinton Street home.
New prevention programs will also provide more training for staff.
The spot was designed by New York City skate royalty Andy Kessler in 2001.
Efforts are underway to level the playing field for the 4-year-olds.
Only 76 people sold homes to the city, which offered thousands of dollars in its Build it Back program.
A flood gate to stop a 21-foot storm surge could be built on Hamilton Avenue, a $1 million study says.
A large crowd tried to force its way into Barclays Center on Thursday night, arena officials said.
Ride a haunted carousel in Park Slope or see a symphony at the Brooklyn Museum this weekend.
StreetEasy analyzed sales in neighborhoods devastated by the 2012 storm, where development continues.
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