More than three of four respondents said they would like to use Open Streets for “strolling” in the future.
COVID-19 has upended the lives of both renters and landlords in north Brooklyn and beyond.
The partial demolition includes removing the building’s above-ground structure.
A broad coalition of politicians and activists criticized the Department of Transportation’s plan for a paid parking lot underneath the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway during a public Zoom meeting Thursday evening. Representatives […]
As the general election approaches, candidates in the Democratic primary this June are breathing easy. In a city that overwhelmingly skews to the left, victors in the primary are all […]
Offices and studios at 67 West Street were quiet, dark and empty on a Friday afternoon in early August. Motion-sensor lights in the long hallways flickered as feet clacked against […]
A burglar broke into six businesses in Greenpoint and Williamsburg early Thursday morning, according to the NYPD. From approximately 1:20 a.m. – 2:10 a.m., one person, police suspect, robbed Upstate […]
The Department of Transportation is making safety improvements along Greenpoint’s waterfront, installing two-way protected bike lanes and refurbishing pedestrian crossings. The city is adding a two-way bike lane along a […]
For eight minutes and 46 seconds last Tuesday, McCarren Park was meditative. Amidst the evening sunlight, crickets chirped and a cool breeze lapped at lingering sweat. Dozens sat quietly in […]
Greenpoint residents testified Friday during a City Council hearing on a package of environmental legislation, which included two bills aiming to regulate and monitor city air quality. One law clarifies […]