The cult Japanese retailer known for simple, unbranded goods such as brown-paper notebooks will open in Williamsburg in September.
The new outpost is Halstead's eighth location in Brooklyn.
Selling fun and crafty items from Brooklyn and beyond, the temporary store joins a growing list of shops at City Point.
A famed English paint manufacturer known for unique color names and their work with the United Kingdom's National Trust is opening their first location in Brooklyn.
A well-known Brooklyn chef's newest eatery has a theme to match its location.
Disco will take up where Picnic leaves off, serving the 7 to 14 age group.
Milk and Pull is the latest business to join a host of others flocking to Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed Stuy.
Self-described "Gringo-Mex" eatery San Loco is now open on Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick.
After more than a decade on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, the beloved thrift shop will close its doors Thursday, March 14.
Brooklyn’s getting physical, physical.