Brooklyn’s controversial 80 Flatbush gets committee approval, a peek inside whimsical NYC homes, & more

By Donna M. Airoldi  | September 21, 2018 - 11:00AM

A peek inside New York City’s wildest, most whimsical homes via a new book, “May I Come In?,” out September 25th (New York Post)

Brooklyn’s controversial 80 Flatbush development received crucial City Council committee approval Thursday, after Alloy Development slashed the size of the proposed complex (Curbed)

A group of Kew Gardens residents launched a campaign to block the reopening and expansion of the Queens House of Detention (Forest Hills Post)

The MTA will get larger ferry boats for the L train shutdown route, expanding capacity from 149 to 240 passengers (Curbed)

A look at life around East New York’s Broadway Junction, Brooklyn’s third busiest subway station, and near where 200 blocks have been rezoned for new construction (CityLab)

A 20-minute assignment to declutter your kitchen (skipping the fridge, freezer, and pantry, for now) (Apartment Therapy)


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