Gentrified Trash in Bed-Stuy; Chelsea Loses Storefronts

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Neighborhood garbage indicates an influx of stroller moms! [New York Shitty]
Brooklyn Heights: Hicks and Joralemon is a good location, but do you want to live in a sub-par house in the Heights? [Brownstoner]
Chelsea: Eight businesses on a one-block stretch of Ninth Avenue are being replaced with stores that are cooler, pricier, and less useful. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York via BlogChelsea]
Gowanus: See the future! Toll Brothers are stopping by to present their plan for housing on the canal. [Gowanus Lounge]
Harlem: Happy 350th birthday, Harlem! [Columbia Spectator via Uptown Flavor]
Park Slope: Your kid didn’t necessarily get rejected from the middle school of his, her, and your choice. They’re just in limbo, thanks to a Department of Education glitch. [OTBKB]