By Emma TillyKirkman-Bennett/For The New York PostBy Emma TilloPublished Oct 01, 2018 11:57AMNew York City’s biggest city is having a moment, and the spotlight is shining on the city’s biggest problem: its homeless population.
A recent New York magazine article reported on a story that was unfolding in Brooklyn in which two apartments that were previously owned by homeless people in the neighborhood have become the homes of hundreds of homeless people who live there.
It was a shocking story.
It could have been the worst nightmare of anyone’s life.
And yet, in its wake, the article sparked a flood of media coverage, spurred the New Yorkers’ government to work with landlords and developers to provide permanent housing for the thousands of people living on the streets.
It’s one of the most dramatic stories of the year, and one that has caught the eye of the Times, the newspaper that first reported the story and wrote the story.
It also sparked an outpouring of support for the people who were living on streets and on the street corners in Brooklyn.
Here are five things we learned about the story, the homeless people, and how it was told.
What the story really said is that many of these people who are sleeping on the sidewalks of Brooklyn are in fact people who have been homeless for years.
And yet, when the Times ran the story last year, they were met with praise and praise from some of the people living there.
For one thing, the story spoke to the idea that this was a problem that was far from being an isolated one, said Paul Azzopardi, a former Times reporter who is now executive editor of the magazine.
The homeless in Brooklyn have a history of living on street corners and in the city.
But even more important, the New Yorker piece was met with a kind of celebration of what was happening.
“People were saying, ‘You know, this is great.
This is happening,'” said David Brooks, the magazine’s former chief writer.
The story was also met with widespread support from the homeless.
“This is a story of the extraordinary people that live in Brooklyn,” said Darlene Yager, who runs a homeless shelter in the Brooklyn borough of Manhattan.
“I think the Times did an amazing job of bringing attention to this issue.”
What happened to the storyA reporter from the Times visited a homeless apartment on a Sunday morning and learned that it was home to about 50 people who lived there.
They slept on the sidewalk, on the steps of a church, and on a bench, according to a Times photographer who accompanied the reporter.
The reporter visited the apartment twice and did interviews with residents and some landlords, according in the Times article.
It was then that the apartment’s owners realized they had a problem.
The owners had purchased the building in 2015 and renovated it for homeless residents who had been living there for a decade.
But they did not realize that the new tenants were also living there illegally.
The tenants were not allowed to move into the building, so they were left on the premises.
They were sleeping on public sidewalks, in the church parking lot, and in a church bathroom.
They also were on the corner of East 7th Street and East 6th Street.
They had not paid rent for years, and they were sleeping in public, in public in a building that was owned by the city, according a landlord who was interviewed in the article.
They did not tell the landlord, who owns the building.
“The apartment was on the verge of being demolished,” the landlord told the Times reporter.
He said the city was not doing anything about the problem, and he did not have a good answer.
After the landlord’s interview with the reporter, the Times asked the owners about the situation.
The owners were surprised, according the Times.
The owner told the reporter that there was a lot of homeless in the building and they could not give the tenants permission to move in, the reporter said.
So the owners said they would send a city inspector to check the building every month and check the residents.
But that inspector never showed up, the owner told The Times.
Then, the owners called the police.
“It was just like, we’re just not going to do anything,” the owner said.
The Times asked for a copy of the inspectors report, but the owners declined to release it.
But then the Times published a story about the owners’ decision to remove the residents from the building illegally.
“There were some things in the inspector’s report that really got our attention,” the Times wrote.
The report showed that the owners had not followed the rules, and that the building had been in “substandard condition for years.”
After the story was published, the city of New York made several changes to the way it deals with landlords who rent to homeless people.
The changes are now being implemented by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the largest housing agency in