Brooklyn brothel space reopens as cocktail bar, the eerie side of Staten Island at night, more

By Nathan Tempey  | November 7, 2017 - 11:00AM

More millennials are buying homes, but it likely won't dampen rent increases in big cities just yet (Wall Street Journal)

In case you missed it: The developers behind the project formerly known as Atlantic Yards are having trouble renting nearly 100 apartments listed a year ago through the city housing lottery, because the high income requirements and proportionately high rents are more than market rents in the neighborhood (City Limits)

Don't forget to vote today. And when you do, don't forget to turn over your ballot to vote on these proposals (Medium via Gothamist staff)

Take a creepy photo tour of the desolate, industrial West Shore of Staten Island at night (Staten Island Advance)

The blog Welcome2TheBronx is looking to ramp up its local coverage after the demise of DNAinfo and Gothamist (Welcome2TheBronx)

A Carroll Gardens storefront previously occupied by a brothel has reopened as a cocktail bar—with a bed in the back (Brooklyn Paper)

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