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.
Thursday night's Democratic primary debate at the Brooklyn Navy Yard's Duggal Greenhouse was tense — a stark contrast to the building's open format and calming waterfront views.
Brooklyn's ultimate artisanal makers, the bearded Mast brothers, are expanding their chocolate empire with a factory in the Brooklyn Navy Yard's Green Manufacturing Center. It will be open to public tours.
The windows are in at the gigantic and formerly near windowless Building 77 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, whose 2017 opening will bring smoked fish and 3,000 jobs to Brooklyn.
Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are debating at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Thursday, April 14. Here's everything you need to know about where it is and how you can watch.
Only in New York could a 4-million-square-foot industrial park be considered a hidden gem. Yet despite its sprawling size and employment of thousands, the Brooklyn Navy Yard remains unknown to many borough residents. All of that is about to change.
Wi-Fi on the free shuttle, additional Citi Bike stations, and tons of parking are just some of the goodies in the works to entice visitors and workers to the Navy Yard’s soon-to-open Building 77 and its food hall, anchored by Russ & Daughters, according to new details and renderings revealed by a new leasing document from the Brooklyn Navy Yard. We have all the details below.
There’s always something interesting going on at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, from Brooklyn Grange’s rooftop farms to Steiner Studios film studios to designer shows during Fashion Week. But it’s awfully hard to get there.
Now the remote but ever-growing hub of innovation and employment is initiating a better literal connector to the surrounding borough: A free shuttle service.
Prospective residents of the new mixed use development at Navy Green, straddling the borders of Clinton Hill and Fort Greene, may wonder about the Brooklyn Navy Yard a couple blocks to the north. What does it have to offer people who live in the area?
Right now, the Navy Yard is primarily an industrial park where a thriving community of artists and craftspeople, manufacturers and distributors, and other Brooklyn entrepreneurs ply their trade. Its visitor center, BLDG92, stages exhibitions, events, and tours that showcase the past, present and future of this historic landmark.
But what’s really exciting about the Navy Yard is what’s coming in the near future. With a cash infusion of as much as $140 million flooding the area, there are a host of new developments in the works, including a high-end food court at Building 77, a 74,000-square-foot Wegmans supermarket, the expansion of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway, and — perhaps — Mayor de Blasio’s ambitious plan for a streetcar which will connect the Brooklyn and Queens waterfronts from Sunset Park to Astoria. Read on to find out more.
The iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ & Daughters has announced it will be expanding to Brooklyn as the anchor of the Brooklyn Navy Yard‘s new public food court.