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The median apartment rent in New York City has risen by 75 percent since 2000, while real incomes have declined by 4.8 percent, according a report issued Wednesday by New York City Comptroller Scot … Full Article

Calibella – a Bushwick bakery that's muy buena

Bushwick
Calibella Bakery's name is the words “Cali bella” squished together, meaning “beautiful Cali” – and the Colombian shop owners don't mean California. … Full Article

A hipsters' tip sheet on Hispanic Bushwick

Bushwick
Bienvenidos a Bushwick, hipsters. Don't miss out on the coolest places in the neighborhood, the Hispanic places. … Full Article

Fears over future of iconic Brooklyn Heights St. George Hotel called unfounded

Brooklyn Heights
The management company running student housing in the historic St. George Hotel has scotched rumors that a change in use was in the works for the building at 100 Henry St. in Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article

Rescue Me: Greenpoint brownfield site gets a cleanup – and a new apartment building

Once upon a time, 1133 Manhattan Ave. was the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Rail Yard, one of Greenpoint's polluted properties. … Full Article

Rescue Me: Shuttered Greenpoint Catholic schools are resurrected as apartment houses

Greenpoint
Malky Landau and Meir David Tabak have excellent taste in ecclesiastic architecture. … Full Article

Coignet Building in a cocoon: Lonely little Gowanus landmark will emerge as white butterfly after renovation

Gowanus
A shroud has descended on Gowanus' little lost landmark – the one that's nearly engulfed by a neighboring Whole Foods store. … Full Article

Court Street Funeral Home property sells for $4.55 million

Cobble Hill
From house of mourning to house of healing. Developer Stuart Venner is turning a Cobble Hill funeral parlor location into a doctors' office – and as a step forward in that plan, he just closed on the property purchase, city Finance Department records reveal. … Full Article

Greenpoint: Housing stock to cherish

Gowanus
Greenpoint's got an apartment house built by oil tycoon Charles Pratt – yes, the man who started the Pratt Institute – for neighborhood workers in the 1880s. … Full Article

Greenpoint: Foodies flock to waterfront restaurant, the Glasserie

Greenpoint
Here's an adaptive reuse that's winning fans. Ground-floor space in a long-departed Greenpoint glass maker's factory – which is right up the street from the Greenpoint Landing mega-project site – is now a Middle Eastern restaurant. … Full Article

Greenpoint: Has the sale of the former Harte & Co. factory closed?

Greenpoint
What will become of a much-admired – and highly polluted – Greenpoint industrial building, the former Harte & Co. factory, which may have just changed hands? … Full Article

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