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A Brooklyn apartment tower is giving new meaning to the concept “affordable.” A lottery for available units at City Point 1 in Downtown Brooklyn opened last week. Three quarters of  Read more

It’s never not nice to see beat cops participating in moments of neighborly merriment, taking a break from their duties as gruff Enforcers of Order to have fun with the  Read more

The childhood friends of Anthony Senisi, the Brighton Beach man who was tragically stabbed to death in 2007, gathered on Sunday for the eighth consecutive year to play a softball  Read more

In April, Dole Food President & COO Michael Carter announced he would be retiring. Considering the company had revenues of $6.9 billion in 2010, you had to figure he was  Read more

     Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is calling on Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council to immediately release $10 million to local community groups as part of an  Read more

Not only did German company ThyssenKrupp build this entire 761-foot tower solely to test their new cable-free (the first in the world, they claim) elevator system, but it topped out  Read more

Danny Garcia has a devilish face; a Luciferian goatee; a muscular physique; an evil, laconic smile; a garish fashion taste; and a goading, belligerent father. You can imagine him whipping  Read more

Danny Garcia has a devilish face; a Luciferian goatee; a muscular physique; an evil, laconic smile; a garish fashion taste; and a goading, belligerent father. You can imagine him whipping  Read more

All photos via Dezeen courtesy of CaSA. Though our appetite for tumbling block floor tiles and neon paint jobs has been more than satiated by the glut of recent interiors  Read more

A chorizo-and-egg torta.

The Underground Gourmet has a special fondness for New York’s Mexican delis — the Zaragozas and the Tehuitzingos, the El Atoraderos, and the El Tenampas — where one  Read more

Lots of fun and interesting things to do in southern Brooklyn this week. Check out the some of the family friendly movies playing in local parks, learn photography and animation  Read more

Black-and-white abstract art and black-and-white striped rugs seen in a Notting Hill townhouse—Photo by Lucas Allen via House & Garden Lifestyle site MyDomaine has a fascinating piece up today, arguing  Read more

  Mill Basin was once best known for its abundant shellfish—crabs, oysters, and clams were aplenty in Jamaica Bay, the body of water the Brooklyn neighborhood overlooks. In the early  Read more

66th Precinct National Night Out Against Crime

Tuesday, August 4th, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

"National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that

promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to  Read more

Here’s a truly special home that is up for grabs in the Kenwood neighborhood’s historic core. Built in 1908, this 6,550 square foot home was designed by the noted Prairie  Read more

New York just took a huge step towards making medical marijuana accessible to patients across the state — just not in Brooklyn or Staten Island. Five organizations licensed by the  Read more

First Drafts is a series exploring the early work of our architectural icons, examining their careers through the lens of their debut projects. Every day in August, we’ll profile one  Read more

The Georgetown Shopping Center in Brooklyn — which will soon house the borough’s second Fairway supermarket — has changed ownership, property records filed with the city Monday show. ... [more]  Read more

The driver of a truck that smashed into a vacant storefront on Nostrand Avenue Sunday evening said he swerved to avoid a bicyclist and lost control of his vehicle. “The  Read more

Welcome to Curbed’s new weekly round-up of architecture and design on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and (god forbid) even LinkedIn. Collected from retweets, intra-office chats, and, well, anything that sent us  Read more

We’re having a bit of trouble coming up with the right words to describe this four-bedroom house in Erie County, New York. So, apparently (and understandably), is the listing itself,  Read more

Below you’ll find early week Sheepshead Bay subway changes on the B, F and Q lines in Brooklyn. Check back later this week to see what’s happening this weekend. Changes  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

Photo montage by Michelle Goldchain Famous foul-mouthed Scottish chef Gordon Ramsay, known for his expletives and expansive wealth, just purchased a country home in the village of Rock, located on  Read more

As mesmerizing as it is to watch this custom-built perpetual slinky escalator in action, the fact that we get to watch the machine’s architect go through all the trials and  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 playground via Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Playgrounds just aren’t like they used to be. The inauguration for New York’s first playground, Seward Park on the  Read more

All photos by Jaime Navarro via Dwell Given an oddly narrow and sloped lot in Mexico City’s Lomas de Chapultepec neighborhood, local architect Yuri Zagorin Alazraki had to build up  Read more

Wildair’s beef tartare with smoked Cheddar and chestnuts.

Despite a vegetable obsession and a proliferation of revisionist tartares that seem to have taken hold in New York in recent years, there’s  Read more

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