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Where brokers invest, the cleaving of Ridgewood and Bushwick, more

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

Congestion pricing won't work without bus network upgrades, an urban planning scholar argues (Gotham Gazette)

Here's where residential brokers are investing in real estate in and around NYC (The Real Deal)

After years of dredging and raising the Bayonne Bridge, massive container ships are headed for New York Harbor (New York Times) 

The city has started to repair the roofs of the Red Hook Houses, nearly five years after Sandy (Brooklyn Paper)

A look at 44 new developments coming to NYC this fall (Curbed)

​Affordable housing is in the balance in a City Council election on Staten Island's North Shore ​​​​​​(Staten Island Advance)

Ridgewood and Bushwick used to be in the same borough. Here's how that changed (Bushwick Daily)

This is how New York politicians use gerrymandering to disenfranchise voters (WNYC)

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