Brooklyn Marriott finishes first phase of $43M restoration

The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge was the first full-service hotel to open in Brooklyn in 64 years when it first welcomed visitors in 1998. … Full Article
Make it in Brooklyn

‘Make It in Brooklyn’ summit to discuss borough’s growth

The inaugural Make It in Brooklyn Innovation Summit  —  an event that will explore the borough’s development  —  will be held on June 25 at locations throughout the Brooklyn Cultural District, the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership recently announced.  … Full Article

Bay Ridge Greenmarket turns parking lot into town square

The Bay Ridge Greenmarket, which had its official grand opening on Saturday, is more than just a place to buy fresh potatoes, carrots and strawberries from the farmers who grow them, according to Councilmember Vincent Gentile. It’s also a new type of town square, he said. … Full Article

Wahlburgers to hold Coney Island job fair

Hey Coney Island residents, how would you like the chance to work at a job where you can rub elbows with celebrities? … Full Article

Brooklyn Chamber announces 2015 Building Brooklyn Award winners

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce on Thursday announced the winners and honorees of the 2015 Building Brooklyn Awards, recognizing recently completed construction and renovation projects that improve the borough's diverse neighborhoods and economy. … Full Article

Brooklyn Navy Yard taps Wegmans supermarket for Admirals Row redevelopment

At last — a supermarket for the Brooklyn Navy Yard. … Full Article

Brooklyn judge makes history, becomes first-ever female chair of MCU board

Hon. Sylvia G. Ash has been named chair of the Board of Directors of Municipal Credit Union, the Brooklyn Eagle has learned. Ash is the first female to be board chair in MCU’s 99-year history. She replaces Mark S. … Full Article
Uber Rides For $2.75 During L Train Weekend Work

VIDEO: Uber slashes rides to $2.75 for final weekends of L train closure

In April, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported on the L train closures between Eighth Avenue in Manhattan and Lorimer Street in W … Full Article

BKLYN DESIGNS moves to Greenpoint and is bigger than ever

Brooklyn's creative community gathered together on Friday for the 13th annual BKLYN DESIGNS, a three-day showcase of local artists and designers at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. … Full Article

DUMBO’s P.S. Bookshop, hit with tax bill, turns to crowd-funding

P.S. Bookshop, the iconic DUMBO store that sells used and rare books, is scrambling to raise thousands of dollars to pay five years of real estate taxes that owner Yuval Gans says he wasn’t even aware of. … Full Article


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