Park Slope: The Movie

Brooklyn Heights: The city recently took Red Hook Lane, one of the borough's oldest pathways, off its official map in order to make way for development. [110 Livingston via McBrooklyn]
Fort Greene: Residents will rally this Wednesday against development of an eighteen-story condo that would tower over its three- and four-story neighbors. [Brownstoner]
Gowanus: Seems like work is moving forward on Whole Foods on the Canal … but why are the workers dressed in what look like Hazmat outfits? [Curbed]
Jamaica: The city has yet to take action against a developer whose crane smashed the windows of an adjacent apartment, according to its tenants. [Queens Crap]
Park Slope: Behold the inevitable … the hood will be the set for a forthcoming flick (with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler) about, big surprise, yuppie parenting. [Gowanus Lounge]
Washington Heights: An uptown resident's association is saying "no" to those who can't say "no." They want to block a proposed drug-treatment facility for 200 clients on 159th Street. [Uptown Flavor]