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The snow is starting to really come down outside and the wind is picking up.  Yellow tulips and baby daffodils on my windowsill are a reminder that spring will be  Read more

As part of On Stage At Kingsborough’s “Insider’s Look” series, the Drama Desk Award-winning Godlight Theatre Company will conduct an open rehearsal for the world premiere of Emma Reeve’s stage  Read more

The snow is already starting to pile up, and while shelves at local shops may be light on milk and bread as people stock up for the blizzard, we wanted  Read more

All New York City public schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 27th. Regents scheduled for Tuesday have been postponed until Thursday, January 29th. Read more

As you’ve perhaps heard by now a classic nor’easter is about to head up the coast and bring blizzard conditions to our area tonight and tomorrow. The storm, which brought  Read more

Photos via Estately Famed American architect Louis Kahn built just nine private homes in his career and now, what looks like the most ill-maintained of the bunch has just hit  Read more

The New York City Department of Transportation and the

Department of Sanitation have announced that alternate side parking regulations will be suspended throughout the city through Wednesday, January 28th, to

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UPDATE: The opening events scheduled for Jan. 27 have been postponed due to severe weather. Check Kingstheatre.com for the new date. Read more. Read more

The dollar volume of New York City multifamily sales in 2014 skyrocketed to nearly $12.6 billion, according to a year-end report from Ariel Property Advisors. Volume increased by 39 percent  Read more

A badly decomposed body was found floating in a Marine Park marina on Sunday morning and was pulled ashore near Floyd Bennett Field. A fisherman found the fully-clothed man floating  Read more

As New Yorkers can attest, the sole benefit of snowpocalyptic, probably-maybe-record-breaking blizzards is witnessing the absolute meltdown of all of the city’s agreed-upon behavior—supermarkets are transformed into nightmarish war zones,  Read more

Welcome to House Calls, a new feature in which Curbed tours lovely, offbeat, or otherwise awesome homes. Think your space should be featured next? Drop us a line. Photos via  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

THE COMMUTE: The MTA has a problem and they know it. How do you most efficiently transport 1,500 passengers by bus from Kingsborough Community College to the subway every afternoon  Read more

Photo of GT Tower East in Seoul, South Korea by Kevin Schafer via Getty Images Discussions about skyscrapers generally involve their height, their cost, and the fact that a staggering  Read more

Photo via IdN Starting this week, the long-disused roof tower of Amsterdam’s historic department store de Bijenkorf will come back alive as a wild studio for a series of artists,  Read more

Thanks to an approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission, the isle of Manhattan will soon have two structures dubbed the “Empire State Building.” A once-divey, now-regal prewar rental building headed  Read more

With the 13,000 new rental apartments in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens expected to open this year, developers have tended to minimize individual apartment square footage while maximizing shared amenities. The  Read more

When I first saw that the old Chinese restaurant on Franklin Avenue near Carroll Street–the kind that used to have... Read More… Read More

The post In Crown Heights, Egyptian Street  Read more

The most recent report was that Forest City Ratner had 55 of the 157 workers back at work, so they do need new workers. The message below was circulated by  Read more

Photos via Apple Last week Apple pulled the wrapping off a two-story retail space in Hangzhou, China, the first of five new stores the company plans to unveil in the  Read more

The New York Times published a look at the Brooklyn Heights library proposal this weekend: Read more

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A look inside the restored Kings Theatre in Flatbush. City looks to shut down illegal hotel. The secrets of the Brooklyn Museum. Read these  Read more

Participants at last Thursday's Wellness class for older adults with instructor Akwesi AsanteYoga instructor Akwesi AsanteThe Carroll Gardens Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library at 396 Clinton Street at the  Read more

Blizzard Watch 2015 is here, so finish up as fast as you can at work and here are the latest weather and city updates that you need to know to  Read more

Image by Bjarke Ingels Group via Design Boom Danish starchitect and lover of ‘promiscuous hybrids’ Bjarke Ingels has unveiled a proposal for a pair of towers connected by a hammock-like  Read more

Photo by Toshiyuki Yano via Dezeen A year or so ago, Japanese firm Suppose Design Office completed an alluring three-story house clad entirely in translucent walls. More recently, challenged with  Read more

Photo by Christopher Stark via Ball & Albanese via Domaine · A building kit for cat playhouses. · Buy George Peppard’s classy house in Hollywood. · Take a drone tour  Read more

Embattled Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, is stepping aside in the wake of corruption charges, as the knee-jerk support he got from see-no-evil members has begun to erode. After all, the press has  Read more

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