The end of a tax provision could threaten many projects, including the mayor’s push for affordable housing. Will it be revived?
How we are living the end of the season in Brooklyn
A race in a strangely shaped congressional district points up its gerrymandered history.
Two new studies examine the startup’s impact on the city
The storied park is getting new funding for renovations for the first time in a quarter century
When you lose your right to vote on election day, “the perception is it’s lost forever.”
The location of a high-traffic parole office in Gowanus frustrates both parolees and neighbors
Red Hook locals voice their opinions, hoping they’ll be heard.
To some merchants, this Business Improvement District is worth the cost, but others disagree
One path to profits? A media startup leverages city resources to launch its new business.