The popular bookstore's second Brooklyn outpost is prepping to open soon on the ground floor of CityPoint.
Decluttering your home? Here's where you can get rid of your stuff — some with pickup options.
If you have a design lover to check off your holiday list, these creative home gifts from Brooklyn makers have you covered.
This will be their third location in the borough, following spots in Boerum Hill and Williamsburg.
Free from the burden of the L train shutdown, retail spaces in Williamsburg are quickly being filled by tenants more often seen in a shopping mall.
Just a few weeks ago signs appeared in a Montague Street shop window touting a new Housing Works store coming soon.
The hunt for a new space has begun for the Brooklyn Women's Exchange after learning they will not be able to stay in their home of 40 years on Pierrepont Street.
More than two years after it closed, Housing Works is finally returning to Montague Street.
Unlike fine dining, luxury retail isn't doing so hot in brownstone Brooklyn.
Brooklyn is famous for its green blocks and backyards. But where to find enough of the right plants to landscape your block, stoop or garden? Here are seven local garden centers whose selection is worth a special trip.