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Gentrification in Brooklyn

At Hearing, Division Still on Rezoning Plan to Keep East New York 'Affordable'

On Wednesday, more than 100 people—city officials, attorneys, community development organizations and residents—gathered at Brooklyn Borough Hall to weigh in on a controversial rezoning plan by the City that would have wide-reaching impac

Free Legal Clinic to Address Residential Displacement, Tenant Harassment in Brownsville, E. New York and Cypress Hills

Earlier this year, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L.
Report Shows, 'We are in the Worst Rental Crisis this Country Has Ever Known'

Report Shows, 'We are in the Worst Rental Crisis this Country Has Ever Known'

Are you a renter who struggles each month to make your rent? Well, if so, you're far from alone. According to Harvard's State of the Nation's Housing 2015 report , one in three Americans struggle getting their rental checks in on time.

Noted Sculptor Gabriel Koren Desperately Seeking New Space After Brooklyn Landlord Doubles Rent

Gabriel Koren stands among some her sculpture work, including (l to r) African-American Apollo 1 (1984 ), Hampton Rookard (1994), African-American Apollo 2 (1984), and Marcus Garvey (1991) Photo: Gabriel Koren Gabriel Koren is a well-known and respec

Why Does Hillary Clinton's 'Hello Brooklyn' Campaign Video Make Brooklyn Look So... Non-Diverse?

On Thursday, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton posted a video to her Facebook page about her excitement around setting up campaign digs in Brooklyn! What is rather peculiar, noted writer Collier Meyerson for fusion.