Thursday, June 18, 2015

Brooklyn's Offensive Overdevelopment; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Lincoln Restler, policy advisor to Mayor de Blasio, called Eliot Spitzer's plan to develop three towers with 856 apartments on the South Williamsburg waterfront "offensive." [Curbed]

- People with outstanding warrants for low-level crimes can get amnesty at 2-day Brooklyn event. [Daily News]

- Brooklyn Book Festival announces star-studded lineup for 10th anniversary. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- See how Brooklyn became overrun by towers in just 7 years. [Curbed]

- Brooklyn office developers wish their projects were even bigger. [TRD]

- Why cities should stop trying to be the next Brooklyn. [Grist]

That's it for Brian Williams as NBC news anchor. [AP]

- New 10 dollar bill to feature a woman. [The Hill]

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