Brooklyn’s Sleeper Neighborhoods Outpricing Dumbo; What Hunger Looks Like in NYC Today

Posted On Tue, April 12, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, April 12, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Though Dumbo usually comes in as Brooklyn’s most expensive area, median sale prices this quarter in the Columbia Street Waterfront District came in at number one, followed by Prospect Lefferts Gardens. [Brownstoner
  • The MTA is testing out Flex-Gates, a sort of roll-up security gate, to prepare for another Superstorm Sandy. [Daily Intelligencer]
  • This Brooklyn-based photojournalist is capturing what hunger looks like in NYC today. An exhibit of her work is on view at the Brooklyn Museum until November. [Slate]
  • New York’s top hotel concierges share their secret suggestions. [Travel + Leisure]
  • A sound artist is placing devices atop the lampposts in Madison Square Park to collect data on the airflow, which will inform a forthcoming visual installation. [NYT]

Images: Columbia Street Waterfront District via rutlo cc (L); Photo by Joey O’Loughlin (R)




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