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Brooklyn

  1. brick and mortar
    Welcome to Williamsburg’s Wellness CorridorHeading north on Wythe, a person could go from red-light therapy to a Juvaderm touch-up to a cold plunge without even calling an Uber.
  2. great rooms
    ‘If I Had to Leave This Place, I Would Probably Leave New York’At home with Brooklyn artists from three generations of loft living — all protected by Loft Law.
  3. housing
    The Eco–Yogi Slumlords of BrooklynHow did a couple who built an empire of yoga studios, vegan restaurants, and homes with “living walls” end up as pandemic villains?
  4. affordable housing
    The Eco-Yogi Slumlord House Is For SaleBut you’ll have to win the city’s notoriously dysfunctional housing lottery first.
  5. parenting
    Living in a One-Bedroom With Kids — by ChoiceSome parents are more committed to their pricey New York City neighborhoods than to having a door to their bedroom.
  6. street fights
    The Clash Over a Secret Tunnel Under a Crown Heights SynagogueIt’s causing a huge fight in the Chabad-Lubavitch movement — and destabilized two buildings in the process.
  7. housing
    My New Apartment’s Most Aggravating FeatureNew York homes come with standard headaches. This might be the dumbest one yet.
  8. getting around
    The Flatbush Chick-fil-A CrunchLong waits, wrong-way drivers, and canceled orders at the chain’s only franchise in Brooklyn.
  9. reasons to love new york
    A $45 Million Effort to Make Pregnancy Less Deadly in BrooklynThe borough president spent his entire capital budget on midwives, NICUs, and more.
  10. neighborhood news
    The Absolute Mayhem of Halloween on Garden PlaceThe Brooklyn Heights brownstones go big (and only hand out the good stuff).
  11. profile
    Park Slope Parents Is Old Enough to Order a DrinkSusan Fox wanted to build a community. She never expected to birth an archetype.
  12. street view
    Light-Drenched Offices Fill the Shell of Domino SugarA refinery with a dirty past, spotlessly reimagined.
  13. mysteries
    How Fort Greene Park Got Fenced InTo maintain its grass, my local park was carved up by wooden posts and caution tape.
  14. the rent is too damn high
    Get Ready to Spend $5,000 on That Floor of a Brownstone“I get applications and people are making half a million a year in income. One person.”
  15. encounter
    The Human Bones Seller of BushwickThe 23-year-old owner swears there’s nothing creepy about his business.
  16. encounter
    Hopalong Andrew Is the Hardest-Working Cowboy Musician in BrooklynTraveling the children’s-entertainment circuit with lasso-swinging performer.
  17. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Parsons During FinalsWe talked to students leaving class on one of the last Mondays of the semester.
  18. from the archives
    From the Archives: We Renovated Our Own Brownstone — It Was a Million Laughs“When someone asks was it worth it, I say yes, because while my arm didn’t heal properly, the ceiling job is beautiful.”
  19. scenes
    Saturday Night at Slutty VeganBrooklyn’s best party is a line for veggie burgers.
  20. encounter
    Joyce Szuflita Is Brooklyn’s School-Admissions Whisperer“No, shut up. Shut up and listen to me. You’re not going to get everything you need to know.”
  21. the group portrait
    The Elite Gymnasts of GowanusHow a husband-and-wife team turned New York into an unlikely source of sporting talent.
  22. the group portrait
    Among the Van Lifers in BrooklynIn a dead-end waterfront street known as Van Alley, a makeshift neighborhood grows.
  23. the housing market
    Manhattan Rents Broke Another RecordAverage rents reached more than $5000 in July.
  24. look book
    The Look Book Goes to a Greenpoint Climbing GymOn a recent Tuesday night, regulars and day-pass holders alike visited Vital’s 24-hour bouldering gym to climb, work, do yoga, and watch the sunset.
  25. public art watch
    Can Dumbo’s Selfie Street Handle Another Attraction?Performance artists and TikTok influencers will have to learn to share the cobblestones.
  26. the housing market
    Somehow, the Rental Market Is Only Getting WorsePrepare for a hellish summer.
  27. look book
    The Look Book Goes to Herbert Von King ParkOn the first 70-degree day of the year, we joined sunbathers at the century-old Brooklyn park and community space.
  28. tales from nextdoor
    Have You Seen Jemima Kirke’s Cat?Her Nextdoor post about Mr. Chips is a suspenseful novella.
  29. getting around
    People Had More of a Comment Than a Question at the Open-Streets Forum“We’re gonna start to wrap. This is getting out of hand.”
  30. shady deals
    Checking Out the Scene at Paul Manafort’s Foreclosure AuctionFeaturing a surprising number of people in wraparound sunglasses.
  31. great rooms
    Meet the Residents of a New Low-Income Building by Robert A.M. Stern ArchitectsIn Brownsville, Brooklyn, not on Billionaires’ Row.
  32. my spots
    Shahana Hanif’s Favorite Spots in KensingtonWhere the newly elected City Council member goes for sidewalk jackfruit and Bangladeshi chai.
  33. mysteries
    Why Is Montague Street Perpetually Drab?There’s little beyond deli muffins for the celebrity moms of Brooklyn Heights.
  34. great rooms
    A Brooklyn Storefront Church, Resurrected As a Family HomeVirginie Sommet’s latest project, in Ocean Hill.
  35. developing
    Adams’s Office Gives a Thumbs-Down to Towers by the Brooklyn Botanic GardenThe greenhouses win out.
  36. reopening
    The Ravioli Shop Was Struggling. A French Neighbor Came to the Rescue.Business is booming at Savino’s Quality Pasta, thanks to an unexpected ally.
  37. developing
    The Brooklyn Skyline Is About to Change Forever With 9 DeKalbEverything we know about the borough’s first supertall.
  38. reopening
    Neighbors Rallied to Save Their Restaurants. Can They Keep the Party Going?“There have been a lot of happy tears.”
  39. design hunting
    Brooklyn’s Favorite Wallpaper Designers Are Launching a Line of TextilesNick and Rachel Cope are turning their inky, gradient-hued wallpapers into fabrics for curtains, pillows, and upholstery.
  40. space of the week
    An Artist-Architect Breathes New Life Into a Brooklyn Row HouseShane Neufeld’s year-old firm recently completed its first major project — the renovation of a dilapidated home in Bed-Stuy for his family.
  41. space of the week
    An Elegant Duplex Where Simple Moves Made a Big DifferenceThe owners of this lower-level unit in a Clinton Hill townhouse felt the developer’s tasteful renovation needed a tweak to jibe with their style.
  42. space of the week
    A Spectacular Waterfront Apartment, Customized for a Young FamilyArchitect West Chin made this Dumbo home where the views provide live entertainment 24/7 even better for her clients.
  43. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  44. space of the week
    An Adventurous Renovation for a Growing FamilyInterior designer Zach Motl took a bold approach decorating a classic prewar in Murray Hill in record time for clients expecting their first child.
  45. design hunting
    A Brooklyn House That Moves From One Stylish Family Member to the NextThis brownstone features original 1900 plasterwork, zingy paint treatments, and artwork from Uganda, Angola, and Zimbabwe.
  46. art and design 2017
    A Trip Into the Bead-Strewn Studio of a Whitney Biennial Artist“It’s inspiring because once I leave this room, there’s nowhere else that looks like this,” says Raúl de Nieve.
  47. space of the week
    A Historic Brooklyn Townhouse With Some Very Modern InterventionsThis home in Prospect Lefferts Gardens manages to stay in character while getting some major upgrades to the kitchen, bathrooms, and living spaces.
  48. space of the week
    A Long-Awaited Renovation That Brings in the LightThis three-bedroom Prospect Heights prewar apartment was purchased in 2012, but not updated until last year.
  49. design hunting
    Rebuilt and Pared Down, This Brooklyn Brownstone Still Feels Like a ClassicA classic townhouse layout updated with modern structural underpinnings and an opened-up kitchen.
  50. design hunting
    A Futuristic-Looking Brooklyn Loft That’s Steeped in NostalgiaDesigner Jenny Kirschner doesn’t believe in walls.
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