Day: November 2, 2019

Community News

Troubled Nonprofit Gets Payout in Flip of Bed-Stuy Landmark to

By Alyssa Katz and Claudia Irizarry This story was originally published on September 25, 2019 by THE CITY.” Luxury development wasn’t what state officials envisioned when they sold an ornate, century-old office building in Bedford-Stuyvesant to an arm of a local anti-poverty nonprofit, seeking to create jobs with “neighborhood-oriented focus.” But upscale residences or workspaces are […]readmore

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The Meaning of Wild Famous

Thinker’s Notebook The last days of October are a special time in New York City. Brownstone stoops are decorated with pumpkins and skeletons, and the young children in the neighborhood are ready to trade in their fright for candy. Politicians are making their last rounds, appearing at every church and fall festival hoping to trade […]readmore