Brooklyn Information: Hurricane Ida hits Brooklyn
At least one dead in Brooklyn as Hurricane Ida floods streets and cellars across the district
Hurricane Ida dropped inches of rain on Brooklyn in just an hour Wednesday night, flooding streets and basements throughout the district, and leaving one dead when Mayor de Blasio declared a state of emergency. The floods from the historic hurricane, another of many recent signs of climate change, were particularly noteworthy as they hit areas throughout the district rather than just the normally expected coastal and low-lying areas.
Ready to move in Petite Windsor Terrace timber frame with renovated kitchen priced at $ 1.295 million
The charm of Temple Court on Windsor Terrace, with its tiny timber-framed houses lining the block-length street, is hard to beat. The single-family home at 16 Temple Court is part of a multi-colored stretch, and while not overflowing with interior details, it’s move-in ready and has pocket-sized gardens to the front and back.
Vice plans major move to Dock 72 at Brooklyn Navy Yard, departing from Williamsburg headquarters
The hipster lifestyle brand Vice is leaving its long-standing home in Williamsburg. According to a story in The Real Deal, the company plans to move “four or five floors” to Dock 72, the glass, tiered structure in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Comparison in a case of document theft means that the Bettstuy’s family can stay in their home
A Bed Stuy family involved in a year-long legal battle with a fraudster who stole their brownstone can stay at their home after the case is settled in court.
Sunset Park Prewar Co-op with two bedrooms, dining room, patio wants $ 599K
It’s not in the historic district, but this two-bedroom Sunset Park has a number of appealing and hard-to-find features, including a perch on the top floor, original details, a dining room, and a private patio.
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