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Competing Visions Cloud the Future of Brooklyn’s Industry City as Expansion Plan Reaches City Council

Jackie Capriles and Ana Diaz, who met while attending Long Island University, started a business eight years ago specializing in electrical work in schools. In 2017, they moved from a tiny space in Park Slope to larger digs in Industry City because the rents were much less expensive than other options. “The workspace is affordable, […]

Posted inHousing

City Task Force to Take Fresh Look at Feared Foreclosure Program

Following lawsuits from former property owners and backlash from elected officials, the city Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) on Thursday said that is has put together a task force to modernize its controversial Third Party Transfer program. The announcement comes ahead of a City Council hearing on Monday about Third Party Transfer, under […]