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Park Slope »

Avery Hall Investments will present its plans and ask for reactions at a public meeting Feb. 9.

Civic Center »

Good government groups say more public input should have been sought on the increased raises.

Cobble Hill »

City Hall has been directly involved in LICH redevelopment discussions since December.

Park Slope »

Residents on Seventh Street welcomed city workers with open arms — and a "Happy Hump Day" sign.

Cobble Hill »

Lander's zoning opinion is key because the City Council typically defers to the local councilman.

Cobble Hill »

The Cobble Hill Association will hold its annual fall meeting Nov. 18. 

Cobble Hill »

Fortis Property Group would build towers with affordable and market-rate housing under the plan.

Cobble Hill »

The developer, local stakeholders and elected officials have held three meetings in recent weeks. 

Park Slope »

Code Brooklyn is an initiative to give students the skills they need for a digital economy.

SoHo »

Councilwoman Chin wants to "preserve the unique character of artistic districts, like SoHo and NoHo."

Gowanus »

The A&P-owned chain has been selling off properties under a bankruptcy filing.

Park Slope »

The bus linked Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, Crown Heights and the Columbia Street Waterfront District.

Windsor Terrace »

City Councilman Brad Lander's participatory budgeting program will fund $1.5 million in local projects.

Gowanus »

A wooden sculpture by artist Michael Clyde Johnson will provide seating at Ennis Playground.

Carroll Gardens »

Citi Bike wants input on where to expand in Park Slope, Gowanus, Carroll Gardens and Red Hook.