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Brooklyn's Airbnb Owners React to First Month of New Regulations

Brooklyn's Airbnb Owners React to First Month of New Regulations

New York City's new law was designed to regulate the City's short-term rental properties, but some hosts say their livelihood is in jeopardy.
Launch of Leasing Announced For Swanky New Gowanus Office Building

Launch of Leasing Announced For Swanky New Gowanus Office Building

Once completed, 300 Huntington will offer several office and retail spaces, a walkway along the Gowanus Canal, and more
Brooklyn Nets Join Up with Maxsip to Bridge Digital Divide

Brooklyn Nets Join Up with Maxsip to Bridge Digital Divide

Maxsip to support Nets community engagement, raise awareness about federal free internet program for lower income families.
Housing Lottery Opens For Affordable Apartments At 505 State Street

Housing Lottery Opens For Affordable Apartments At 505 State Street

The first all-electric skyscraper in New York offers 45 affordable apartments in the heart of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn is Home to the First Black- And Woman-Owned Fine Art Print Shop in NYC

Brooklyn is Home to the First Black- And Woman-Owned Fine Art Print Shop in NYC

Leslie Diuguid works with emerging and mid-career artists to make art more accessible.
Brooklyn Records Highest Foreclosure Increase in NYC

Brooklyn Records Highest Foreclosure Increase in NYC

According to a report, Brooklyn recorded 168 foreclosures, an increase of 185% during this time last year
Revel and Dollaride Partner to Bring Electric Commuter Vans to Brooklyn

Revel and Dollaride Partner to Bring Electric Commuter Vans to Brooklyn

As part of the partnership, Revel is providing Dollaride's commuter vehicles with discounted rates and fast charging spaces
Local Cruise Lines to Reduce Emissions and Fund Red Hook Area Improvements as Part of New Deal

Local Cruise Lines to Reduce Emissions and Fund Red Hook Area Improvements as Part of New Deal

The 1.3-million passenger cruise industry boasts a $420 million economic impact for NYC each year.
Council Member Announces New Kid-Friendly Businesses Coming to Bay Ridge

Council Member Announces New Kid-Friendly Businesses Coming to Bay Ridge

School of Rock and Launch Trampoline Park will both be moving into vacant spaces in the neighborhood in the near future.
Ample Hills Creamery and 4 More Eateries Sign Leases at Industry City

Ample Hills Creamery and 4 More Eateries Sign Leases at Industry City

Additions include the Campus’ first-ever full-service restaurant and New York’s first sake brewery.