It’s been a long time coming, and it may be a bit longer of a wait for the development of the Admiral's Row site at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Learn about the Brooklyn Navy Yard's past and check out the present with a tour of green roofs, gardens and solar installations.
We've uncovered a stash of early 20th century photos showing the rarely seen interior of the Commandant's House in Vinegar Hill.
Some stunning photos from the 1930s allow a peek into a part of Brooklyn that has long since vanished.
Did you know there's a vineyard in Brooklyn's sky? Well, not exactly, but the Brooklyn Navy Yard's Rooftop Reds vineyard is one of the world's first rooftop vineyards, and this summer eclectic blog Untapped Cities is hosting tours of the sky-high wine spot.
Become a connoisseur of African cuisine in a matter of hours at the NYC African Food Festival next month. The two-day-long festival will feature a variety of eats from African restaurants and chefs, as well as cooking demos, African clothing vendors, a hookah lounge, and music.
An historic cemetery in the Brooklyn Navy Yard has been reborn as a public park with a wildflower meadow.
Craft-beer maker Brooklyn Brewery has announced an expansion to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, joining iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ & Daughters as the second anchor of the Yard's in-the-works public food hall.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard may be undergoing massive changes, but one thing that has not changed much over the years is the Yard's recently restored medieval-style Sands Street entrance.
The late preservation activist Jane Jacobs would have turned 100 years old on May 4. To celebrate her birthday and honor her legacy of preservation, many locals have volunteered to lead free walking tours, known as Jane's Walks, throughout Brooklyn this weekend.