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Luxury senior housing headed for Brooklyn, a Miami Vice house on the market on Staten Island, more

By Nathan Tempey | November 2, 2017 - 11:40AM 

A grand hotel building in Brooklyn Heights is set to become luxury housing for seniors (Brooklyn Paper)

A mysterious concrete horse head keeps popping up in different places around the East Village (EV Grieve)

Should NYC install more bollards along streets to thwart further terror attacks with vehicles? (Gothamist)

An early-morning water main break in Crown Heights forced 50 people to evacuate their apartments and damaged cars (DNAinfo)

Construction in Boerum Hill unearthed an intact well dating to the Revolutionary War (Brooklyn Paper)

The owner of the Batcave power plant building in Gowanus has filed plans to double its height as part of turning it into an arts center (The Real Deal)

Staten Island's answer to Miami Vice is on the market for $4.5 million (Staten Island Advance)

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