In historic Dumbo, 60 Water Street offers city living with a connection to Brooklyn’s history and greatest asset: the waterfront.
The GrowNYC greenmarket offers fresh produce, dairy, eggs, and baked goods at the privately owned waterfront green space.
The artists from Los Muralistas de El Puente will hang black and white portraits over the next few weeks, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
Two Trees presented the proposal, which includes two skyscrapers, to an overflow crowd, our sister Brooklyn pub reports.
The historic Domino Sugar Refinery has been purposefully turned into a shell in preparation for its conversion into offices.
The installation next to the Domino Sugar Refinery features 16 blue shipping containers stacked on top of each other.
An informational meeting about a massive new waterfront development drew such a large crowd, the meeting had to be postponed.
When completed, it will create a continuous waterfront walk that will stretch for one mile from the beginning of Domino Park to the end of the new park.
The 50,000 square-foot expanse, now called L10 Arts and Cultural Center, will feature movie theaters, performance spaces, galleries and a public library branch.
Condominium declaration documents have been filed, paving the way for the arrival of the long-promised Brooklyn Public Library and cultural organizations.