Artisanal ice cream maker from Williamsburg takes the Catskills, tour groups 'ghetto gawk' in the Bronx, more

By Nathan Tempey  | September 6, 2017 - 11:35AM

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams says he's withholding support from a controversial Crown Heights development unless the project includes more affordable housing, and no condos (DNAinfo)

This artisanal freeze-dried ice cream maker from Williamsburg stopped by a tiny town in the Catskills and never left (New York Times)

A Staten Island newspaper editorial warns against looming "overdevelopment" (Staten Island Advance)

"We are not a zoological exhibition on display": The Bronx's preeminent blogger opines against tour buses coming to the South Bronx (Welcome 2 The Bronx)

Mayor de Blasio claims to have a problem with "the way our legal system is structured to favor private property" (no word on if he'll return his campaign donations from developers) (New York)

New Citi Bike stations are coming to Astoria, Long Island City, Harlem, Crown Heights and Prospect Heights (DNAinfo)

The de Blasio administration is set to build housing on land that Bronx residents say was supposed to become park space as part of the deal to build Yankee Stadium (Village Voice)

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