Post Tagged with: "gentrification"

Bernell Grier, the executive director of IMPACCT Brooklyn. (Photo by Lore Croghan via Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Fighting Gentrification and Making an IMPACCT

Brooklyn, Housing April 9, 2019 at 6:42 pm

Brooklyn Daily Eagle speaks to Bernell Grier, the executive director of IMPACCT Brooklyn, a housing advocacy organization marking 55 years.

Industry City has agreed to delay filing its rezoning application to allow community involvement to continue. (Photo by Lore Croghan via Brooklyn Reporter)

Slowing Industry City Rezoning Process

Brooklyn, Business March 12, 2019 at 5:08 pm

Industry City postponed a discussion of its rezoning proposal, says Brooklyn Reporter.

Sisters Agata (from left) and Paulina, who run Happy Zoe Vegan Bakery with their mother Aleksandra, have been vegan for the past 20 years. (Photo by Wojtek Maslanka via Nowy Dziennik)

A Changing Greenpoint

Brooklyn, Business, Eastern European February 25, 2019 at 5:34 pm

A growing number of Polish business owners in Greenpoint have opted for non-Polish store names and offerings that fit the preferences of newer residents, reports Nowy Dziennik.

‘Brooklyn Before’ in Photographs

‘Brooklyn Before’ in Photographs

Brooklyn, Culture, History, Puerto Rican, Western European December 17, 2018 at 4:56 pm

Photographer Larry Racioppo evokes South Brooklyn of more than four decades ago. Bklyner spoke with him about his book and current retrospective.

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On the City Seizing Black-Owned Properties

Black, Brooklyn, Housing, Latino, Media, Video October 22, 2018 at 3:15 pm

Kings County Politics editor Stephen Witt speaks to BRIC TV about his publication’s series on the city taking property from Black and Latino owners in Brooklyn.

Harlem Industrial Kitchen (Photo via Manhattan Times)

Swapping Ceviche for Sushi in El Barrio

Food, Manhattan, Mexican October 18, 2018 at 4:28 pm

A Mexican restaurant in gentrifying East Harlem has reinvented itself, reports Manhattan Times.

19 Kingsland Avenue (Center) in East Williamsburg. (Photo by Kelly Mena via Kings County Politics)

Housing Property Taken from ‘Working-Class Latinos’

Brooklyn, Housing, Latino October 10, 2018 at 12:48 pm

More properties are being transferred from their rightful owners to developers in Brooklyn, reports Kings County Politics.

Telling Immigrant Stories in ‘(Dis)Placed in Sunset Park’

Telling Immigrant Stories in ‘(Dis)Placed in Sunset Park’

Brooklyn, East Asian, Housing, Latino, Video September 24, 2018 at 2:43 pm

Artist Betty Yu speaks to SinoVision English Channel about her multimedia project which uses augmented reality to help preserve the stories of immigrant communities impacted by gentrification in Sunset Park.

Marlene Saunders (Photo via Kings County Politics)

Brooklyn Homeowners Hit with Surprise Seizure Notices

Brooklyn, Housing September 21, 2018 at 9:10 pm

Kings County Politics reports on two instances of property being improperly seized from mortgage-free homeowners under the city’s Third Party Transfer Program.

At the Sugarhill Supper Club. (Photo by Lem Peterkin via Our Time Press)

In Bed-Stuy, Holding Out Against Gentrification

African American, Brooklyn, Business, Culture, Food September 4, 2018 at 3:30 pm

Operating for 39 years, the Sugar Hill Restaurant and Supper Club is holding out against offers to sell the property, reports Our Time Press.

Hotel RL in Bushwick displays the blending of art and commerce.
(Photo via BK Reader)

Do Beautiful Murals Boost Housing Prices?

Brooklyn, Culture, Housing June 7, 2018 at 5:41 pm

BK Reader explores the link between wall art in Bushwick and gentrification.

From left: Malika Aaron-Bishop of GetOrganized BK, Tom Weinreich of the NYC chapter of Showing up for Racial Justice, Third Rail host Mark Winston Griffith and guest co-host Shantae J. Edwards.

Why Do People Call the Cops on Neighbors?

Brooklyn, Police May 30, 2018 at 5:09 pm

An episode of Brooklyn Deep’s “Third Rail” podcast examines the factors that cause residents to call the police on their neighbors, and what alternative options exist.

System Band, Kreyolfest 2014. (Photo by Vania Andre via The Haitian Times)

The Haitian Times Bids Adieu to ‘Kreyolfest’

Brooklyn, Caribbean, Culture, Media May 24, 2018 at 3:54 pm

In writing about Kreyolfest, The Haitian Times’ Garry Pierre-Pierre explains why the publication has been “left with no choice but to cancel this year’s event – perhaps forever.”

A 360 View of ‘Little Senegal’

A 360 View of ‘Little Senegal’

African, Business, Manhattan, Video December 14, 2017 at 2:26 pm

Get a tour of Harlem’s Little Senegal through this 360 video.

The Bedford Armory. (Photo by Ben Foldy via Bklyner)

Resignation Over Bedford Armory

Brooklyn, Housing, New York October 30, 2017 at 5:04 pm

Days before plans were approved by the NYC Planning Commission, neighbors of the Bedford Armory in Crown Heights weighed in on the redevelopment project in BKLYNER.