A Little off the Top: 80 Flatbush Gets Shorter and Slimmer
In a last-minute compromise, the project faces a modest 12.5% cut in bulk, while retaining schools and affordable housing
Down to the Wire: What’s the Compromise on 80 Flatbush?
Council Member Levin calls for a cut in the project's bulk—and presses for more transparency about its opaque financial terms
Developer Admits Pacific Park Project Will Take Until 2035
Affordable-housing goals are still due to be met by 2025, the previous estimate for the project's completion; 11 more towers are expected
As Towers Rise up in Coney Island, Is the Carnival Over?
Sleek new residential development brings the promise of economic growth, but also gentrification and blandness
The 11 Most Beautiful New Buildings in Brooklyn
Behold the 2018 award-winners: structures by turns elegant, memorable, sustainable and affordable
Kushner Firm Harassed Tenants to Push Them Out, Says Lawsuit
Brooklyn borough president and watchdog group announce $10 million suit, charging "brazen disregard for human life"
Was a Fire Set to Destroy Part of Brooklyn’s Industrial Past?
A 19th century storehouse, damaged by a suspicious blaze, becomes a symbol of the struggle to preserve sites in Gowanus and Red Hook
How the Borough President Is Essentially Backing 80 Flatbush
While he would chop one tower's height 39%, Adams proposes just a 12% cut in bulk, plus benefits like a new subway entrance
Real Estate Finance Is Changing, Thanks to ‘Fintech’ Startups
At a Brooklyn demo, five companies pitched their new platforms to improve building, buying, and selling
How a Huge New Project Will Change the Face of Dumbo
The little-known history of 85 Jay: from Al Capone's school to Jehovah's Witnesses, a proposed arena, a Kushner role, and finally a 737-apartment giant