The Closing: 'Ratner Heights'; Attack on 'Al Fresco' Crown Heights Hipsters; 'Corcoran: The Video Channel'

“Ratner Hights” sounds about as nice as it’s meant to sound. [AY Report]

Another week of rain means even more flooding for our neighbors in New Jersey. [NY Times]

So far, this is all we can see of the Second Avenue Subway. [ObserversRoom]

Courtesy of YouTube: “Corcoran, The Channel.” [Curbed]

Is “Rooftop Hipsterism” becoming illegal in Crown Heights? [Brownstoner]

Three separate burglaries at one Brooklyn Heights building. [NY Post]

…and more of the same at The Old Stone House, is no one safe? [NY Post]

While everyone else sees disaster, soundproof window installers see growth along Second Avenue during the subway construction. [BrickUnderground]

Karl Fischer’s got a brand new bag. [Curbed]

The definition of “White People Problems?” = Issues between the Spence School and its UES neighbors over potential exapansion plans. [Crain’s]

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