Downtown Brooklyn is experiencing a housing boom with the rise of new condos from Oro to Toren and the Brooklyner. The area, which consisted mainly of office buildings with no signs of life after dark is now home to about a thousand residents and their dogs. On Monday, the Metro Tech Business Improvement District is going before Brooklyn Community Board 2 to make its case for a neighborhood dog run. Possible sites include a 3,000-square-foot section of McLaughlin Park on Jay and Tillary and a 2,000-square-foot triangular strip owned by the city at Myrtle and Flatbush. Read more about it in the Post.