Two Trees plans to open a climate change-themed miniature golf course and a small urban farm at a vacant industrial lot along the Williamsburg waterfront — before eventually developing the space into the towering “River Ring” development and beach park.
The developer has met with neighboring residents in recent weeks as they prepare to push their proposal through the city’s lengthy public review process.
The developer of a Downtown Brooklyn luxury high-rise is looking to widen the sidewalks and spruce up the surroundings outside its new building at 11 Hoyt Street
Controversial designs initially presented by the Department of Transportation, criticized by local residents and politicians, have been officially scrapped
An informational meeting about a massive new waterfront development drew such a large crowd, the meeting had to be postponed.
The plan includes a series of connected shared streets, the extension of sidewalks on busier streets in the neighborhood and safer crossings.
When completed, it will create a continuous waterfront walk that will stretch for one mile from the beginning of Domino Park to the end of the new park.
The Copenhagen-born architect was at the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday morning with plans for a rooftop addition to the St. George Tower.
More than 1,000 people packed Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night for what has become the most heated debate in Brooklyn.
The Copenhagen-based company brings Scandinavian design to Brooklyn with a showroom in Wallabout.