Ya Gotta Believe ... in Red Hook

Carroll Gardens: No more going to Cobble Hill for fresh vegetables. Soon, a community-supported-agriculture group will set up at Smith and 2nd Streets. [Brooklyn Record]
Greenpoint: Manhattan Avenue has a new construction fence, but it still takes up much of the sidewalk. [NewYorkShitty]
Greenwich Village: An appeals court says the city can go ahead and redesign the rat-infested Washington Square Park. [NYS via Gothamist]
Harlem: The fury against Aphrodite Cleaners continues; new enemies include a former Marine sniper. [Harlem Fur]
Red Hook: Barbara Corcoran still “strongly believes” in Red Hook, but she also believes she “may have overpaid just a bit” when she bought the still-empty 293 Van Brunt for $1.075 million about two years ago. [Curbed]
Williamsburg: Are some original investors trying to get out of their Schaefer Landing condos? [Brownstoner]