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A search is underway for a woman with Down syndrome who went missing in Brooklyn. Danielle Selig, 44, was last seen with several other patients from a group on the corner of Livingston Street and Gallatin Place in Downtown Brooklyn Saturday afternoon.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's "Fastrack" maintenance and repair program returns Monday to the F line in Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn. Starting Monday night at 10 p.m., F train service will be suspended between West 4th Street and Jay
Transforming these buildings adds a headache for the developers but can be incredibly profitable, especially if the building's past life makes for a narrative that will appeal to buyers. You'd be lucky to find a lot where you can build one or two
Perhaps learning from mistakes made across the river, builders are putting a premium on amenities that appeal to families and evoke a community feel, the latter being Brooklyn's biggest selling point. We are attracting those getting priced out of
Jeremy Pelley/Wikimedia Commons The interior of the Ace Hotel New York guest room...GFI Capital Resources is nearing a deal to open an outpost of the boutique hotel chain blocks from the Barclays Center, The Commercial Observer reported.
A great recent story from Curbed chronicles the long and contentious history between New York University and the East Village neighborhood it calls home. NYU is currently embroiled in a legal battle to move forward with NYU 2031, an expansion plan
organ to Inject Brooklyn With 2,000 Employees Can't say they made it "before it was cool."...Even massive companies like JPMorgan aren't immune to the allure of Brooklyn. The finance firm is transferring 2,000 employees over the Williamsburg Bridge
As NY1 marks Black History Month, the station is taking a look at the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty, and former City Councilman Charles Barron and the Rev. Herbert Daughtry had different takes on the policy's effectiveness...In reference to
Wednesday morning commuters crossing Adams Street near Borough Hall in downtown Brooklyn had to ford a stream of melted slush that was at nearly a foot deep in places. Drivers heading for the Brooklyn Bridge plowed through the ice flow as herds of
The MTA is spending $40 million to bring back some of the service that got cut in 2010, including a Brooklyn bus line that got the ax, but riders and elected officials are not completely satisfied with what they're getting...It's been four years