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a borough of New York City

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And it delivered a $1.8 million permanent loan to refinance a total of eight units at 104 Fort Greene Place in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
With USD269m in total assets, Empire State Bank offers a wide range of financial services through its existing banking offices located in Newburgh, New York, Brooklyn, New York and Staten Island, New York
Electric contracting company E-J Electric Installation Co reported on Thursday the completion of USD140m electrical installation services throughout 18 floors of the existing one million-square-foot Navy Yard Building 77 in Brooklyn, New York.
According to Skanska, under this contract it will renew three subway stations on the Sea Beach Line in Brooklyn, New York. The work includes platform and canopy replacement, refurbishment of control houses, electrical and communication upgrades and structural repairs along the rail structures between the stations.
He alleges the recurring theme in his script "is that the main character is from Brooklyn, New York, and that he is, in many ways, out of his element in South Beach, Miami".
"Coed sports teams have the potential to hurt girls' self-esteems," says Leron Thumim, director of a sports camp in Brooklyn, New York. "On an all-girls team, strong bonds can be formed, and a female athlete can really shine."
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) presents Batterer Intervention Programs: Where Do We Go From Here?, which describes the most common types and evaluates two recent studies of programs in Broward County, Florida, and Brooklyn, New York. Both evaluations call into question such programs' effectiveness in changing batterer attitudes or behaviors.
In the 1860s, Fredrick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux's vision of forested spaces for urban dwellers led to the creation of many gorgeous parks, including the magnificent 526-acre Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York. Except for the Terminal Moraine boulders of the area's natural hills and valleys, the Park is completely manmade.
Jean-Michel was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1960.
From 1925 to 1955, 107 Yiddish, mostly very low wattage radio stations provided a cornucopia of programming that spoke directly to their narrowly targeted, neighbor hood audience, the Jewish immigrant to the New World, who lived largely in and around Brooklyn, New York. While the remnants of recordings and documentation available as source material to the producers of this collection were wildly haphazard, the Project succeeds in creating a powerful evocation of a time and culture gone by.
In the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, the New York Congregational Nursing Center (NYCNC) believes that not only plants, but also people, respond to careful tending.
Ira Sacker, head of the Eating Disorders Clinic at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
A tree grows in Brooklyn, New York, and federal inspectors were swarming all over it looking for the Asian longhorned beetle--a sort of vampire cockroach that punctures the arteries of hardwood trees.
Aaron Miller, who heads the MS Care Center at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, has taken up these responsibilities.