Monday, June 29, 2015

Big Rent Vote Tonight; Real Estate Doubts Creep In; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- New York City’s Rent Guidelines Board is scheduled to vote on Monday evening on whether to increase rents for more than one million rent-stabilized apartments. [NY Times]

- Did you miss the Make It in Brooklyn Innovation Summit? See video here. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Four people were stabbed when a crazed man pulled a knife in a Bay Ridge bar early Sunday. [Daily News]

- The mother of seven children who died in a March fire in their Brooklyn home was released from the hospital. [Forward]

- NYC bill would require some bathrooms to be gender-neutral. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Looks like there might be some funny business on those rescored Regents exams at Automotive High School in Greenpoint. [NY Post]

- [Blast from the past: 2006] Some doubts creeping in on Brooklyn real estate, says broker -- who says people are asking, “Am I really going to pay $600,000 to live next to an abandoned building?” [TRD]

- This week, Guernsey’s will auction the spectacular World War I poster collection of Colonel Edward H. McCrahon, a Brooklyn-born soldier passionate about the Allied cause. [Guernsey's]

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Anonymous said...

The Brooklyn real estate article is surprisingly a repost from 2006. It should be about today, but somehow sadly it is not.

mcbrooklyn said...

Amazing. Funny how easy it was to believe we were peaking.