City Hall joins BNYDC, business and community leaders to debut Navy Yard’s Building 77

Maybe it was the stress of elections barely two days past, or mastering the logistics of the Navy Yard — itself a city within a city — but nothing seemed to go quite right on day the ribbon was to be cut and the Yard’s largest single building, No. … Full Article

Montague BID wants footbridge to connect Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park

The Montague Street Business Improvement District (BID), which represents more than 100 small businesses in Brooklyn Heights, has requested that the city build a permanent footbridge from the bottom of Montague Street to Brooklyn Bridge Park.   … Full Article

Brooklyn Business Beat for November 6

Bareburger prides itself on the healthy organic options it features along with a nice selection of game meats for your dining pleasure. That’s right, if you are craving a delicious duck entrée or have a hankering for elk or bison, you’ve come to the right place. … Full Article

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation celebrates 50th anniversary

This year's Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation’s Restore Brooklyn Benefit, which was held on Oct. 31 at Cipriani 42nd Street, celebrated the 50th anniversary of Restoration, the nation's first community development corporation. … Full Article

Bay Ridge’s Home Abstract celebrates 40th anniversary

Home Abstract Corp. at 8225 Third Avenue has just celebrated its 40th Anniversary as one of the leading title agencies in New York providing residential and commercial services throughout the state. … Full Article

Brooklyn entrepreneurs plug in to Synergy Global Forum

Brooklyn entrepreneurs and business execs were inspired by what they heard from a lineup of world-class speakers at the Synergy Global Forum New York on Oct. 27 and 28. … Full Article

North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce holds Fall Orientation in The Brass Factory

North Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce President Paul Samulski hustled back and forth within one corner of the cavernous work space, directing the placement of benches and tables, setting out bottles of wine and placing baskets of edibles in a neat row. … Full Article

Bay Ridge businesses invite students to paint their windows for Halloween

Every year around Halloween, business along Third, Fourth and Fifth avenues in Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights and Bensonhurst allow school children to display their artwork on their store windows. … Full Article

Brooklyn Professor Nassim Taleb keynotes Synergy Global Conference

It’s been called a “once-in a-lifetime happening” and a “master class in disruption,” gathering business, technology and research legends under one roof for an event not likely to be repeated. … Full Article

Brooklyn business leaders bask in spotlight of statewide praise

“When I’m traveling around the state, talking about economic recovery, people ask me two questions: ‘What’s going on in Brooklyn’ and ‘How do they do it?’” declared New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul. … Full Article


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