The cult Japanese retailer known for simple, unbranded goods such as brown-paper notebooks will open in Williamsburg in September.
Selling fun and crafty items from Brooklyn and beyond, the temporary store joins a growing list of shops at City Point.
A famed English paint manufacturer known for unique color names and their work with the United Kingdom's National Trust is opening their first location in Brooklyn.
Disco will take up where Picnic leaves off, serving the 7 to 14 age group.
Milk and Pull is the latest business to join a host of others flocking to Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy.
Self-described "Gringo-Mex" eatery San Loco is now open on Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick.
After more than a decade on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, the beloved thrift shop will close its doors Thursday, March 14.
It's the latest of many home stores to shut or move out of Williamsburg.
The Uniqlo pop-up is still here, as this photo from a Brownstoner reader shows.....
The two quaint 19th century buildings that housed Brooklyn's iconic literary hub, bookstore BookCourt, will be getting a makeover.