On the Market: Bed-Stuy Looking Less Like a Spike Lee Film Every Day; Inside the 9/11 Memorial


Lower East Siders’ fears could soon be realized: the former Bialystoker Center nursing home site is listed as “ripe for residential development.” [Lo-Down via The Real Deal]

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Russian Dolls, the Jersey Shore of Brighton Beach, is almost ready for the world [Journal]

In Bed-Stuy, the population demographic is dramatically shifting. [NY Times]

Concrete workers return to work as the union reaches a deal. [Journal]

Former bar space on Avenue A back on the market for rent as music venue deal falls through. [DNAinfo]

A sneak peek of the 9/11 memorial plaza… [Curbed NY]

… Which may loose $150 million to cover work at the ground zero site. [NY Daily News]

The N.Y.C. equivalent of Barbie’s dream house. [Brownstoner]

Lowly Hackensack. [Journal]