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The rent is too damn high! Brooklyn's rents hikes — up 10.3% — top Manhattan's

Park Slope
As Jimmy McMillan likes to say, "the rent is too damn high." That mantra certainly applies to Brooklyn. … Full Article

Tax break for owners of Sandy-damaged homes

Coney Island
The City Council on Monday voted to give New York City’s Sandy-hit property owners a break by issuing an interest-free extension on the next property tax bill.  … Full Article

Fulton Mall's City Point project facing union opposition

Downtown
The City Point project in Downtown Brooklyn is facing opposition from labor unions and officials who charge that the developers are hiring non-union contractors who pay their workers unfair wages and benefits,  … Full Article

Google maps RAMBO, tiny new neighborhood in DUMBO

DUMBO
A tipster emailed the Curbed blog to tell them that "Rambo," short for "Right Around the Manhattan Bridge Overpass," is now appearing in Google M … Full Article

Numb, hopeful, families endure post-Sandy recovery

Marine Park
There was a moment of horrible disbelief when Linda Marten and her sister, Lauren Mullaney, realized that both of their homes on the Rockaway peninsula had burned to the ground the night Sandy came ashore. … Full Article

Hip new retail, art complex eyes coming to Bushwick

Bushwick
An 80,000-square-foot retail and nightlife mall may be coming to Bushwick at 82 Bogart Street, the  … Full Article

SL Green buys first residential building in Brooklyn

Williamsburg
SL Green Realty Corp., owner of the iconic Downtown Brooklyn commercial building at 16 Court St., reports it has signed an agreement to acquire a newly completed but vacant residential building in Williamsburg.
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Park Slope Brownstone's no longer in the pink

Park Slope
The new owners of the infamous “pink house” at 233 Garfield Place have covered the four-story home with brown primer, according to the New York Post. … Full Article

Public library, upscale housing, retail and arts will fill Two Trees' 'BAM South'

Atlantic Yards
Two Trees Management Co. has released a rendering and details for its BAM South mixed-use development.
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