Part of the long-in-the-works Brooklyn Greenway that will unite the Brooklyn waterfront with a 26-mile-long bike path, a stretch along Kent Avenue is nearing completion.
While most eyes were on the recently opened Wegmans this weekend, alert shoppers also got a view of another big transformation at the former Admiral's Row site.
It finally seems that fall-like weather is here to stay so take advantage of the short season and pack in as many autumn activities as possible.
A recent stroll past the site showed signage up, hiring banners in place and sidewalks going in.
It's been years since the early 19th century Timber Shed has graced Admiral's Row, but the historic storehouse is finally back.
While the Brooklyn Navy yard is being transformed with new buildings and uses, during World War II thousands of workers toiled to keep America's battleships and aircraft carriers ready for the troops.
More than a decade in the making, the long anticipated supermarket is part of a planned expansion of the Navy Yard that will bring jobs and food to the area.
More than a dozen of Brooklyn's jewelry designers are gathering for a market to promote the borough's artistry.
S9 Architecture's glassy, stepped structure on the Brooklyn waterfront is getting ready for a December debut.
It's been a long time coming, but new buildings are finally rising at the Admiral’s Row site at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.