Neighborhood residents are speaking out against a budding plan by Chelsea Market owner Jamestown Properties to build towers atop the complex. Evidently, local penthouse owners (whose lives must be pretty rough) had to draw the line somewhere.
Jamestown’s plan would stack two new multi-story spaces on top of the complex. Above the 10th Avenue Read More
Crimes Against Humanity
It looks like hipsters aren’t the only ones with a thing for North Brooklyn’s vinyl-sided rowhouses. As if answering The Observer‘s prayers, the Daily News has delivered one of its irregular “Eyesore Next Door” features about a horrible house at 270 Eckford Street.
This Greenpoint wonder has been abandoned for seven years, and Read More
The real estate boom littered slapdash, unattractive buildings all across the city, especially in the North Brooklyn precincts of Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick. The latter, with its working class, clapboard rowhouses, is not especially known for its beauty to begin with–it is no Crown Heights or Midwood–yet this new development at 64 Palmetto Street, near Read More