Come January 1, Adams will move from his Bedford-Stuyvesant home in Brooklyn to Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side.

“After years of praying and hoping and struggling and working, we’re headed to City Hall,” Mayor-elect Eric Adams said the night he won the general election.

But he’s not the only Brooklyn-based politician with mass appeal. City Councilman Brad Lander, who hails from Park Slope, will assume the role of city comptroller. And East New York-native Jumaane Williams will serve a second term as public advocate. In other words, Brooklyn is in the house.

Come January 1, Adams will move from his Bedford-Stuyvesant home in Brooklyn to Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side.

“After years of praying and hoping and struggling and working, we’re headed to City Hall,” Mayor-elect Eric Adams said the night he won the general election.

But he’s not the only […]

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