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Steiner Studios’ expansion plans will preserve historic Navy Yard buildings

The needs of Steiner Studios to expand and the fact that the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s old hospital and surgeon’s residence are both New York City landmarks have contributed to a happy ending for the yard’s 19th century hospital campus. … Full Article

Milestones in Brooklyn Faith: Baptist Temple

Baptist Temple, at Schermerhorn Street and Third Avenue in Boerum Hill was organized on Aug. … Full Article

Tour reveals progress of Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park is really coming along. … Full Article

OPINION: Brooklyn Bridge Park evolves

Brooklyn Bridge Park is a very different place, in both larger and smaller elements, since the first “American Landscape” plan in the form of a Harbor Park, sponsored by the Brooklyn Heights Association and designed by Terry Schnadelbach, was presented in 1988. … Full Article

Cooper Square Realty to manage 111 Kent Ave.

Cooper Square Realty reports it has been selected to manage the new 62-unit rental building at 111 Kent Ave. on the Williamsburg waterfront. … Full Article

Steiner Studios acquires another residential property

Doug Steiner of Steiner Studios has acquired another residential development for his firm’s portfolio. This one, at 142 North 6th St. in Williamsburg, is a fully-leased rental conversion. … Full Article

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Bush Terminal Complex receive additional funds for construction projects

The Empire State Development Board of Directors has approved funding for two construction projects in Brooklyn — the Bush Terminal Industrial Complex in Sunset Park, which was awarded $10 million; and the  Brooklyn Navy Yard’s Green Manufacturing Center, which received $5 million. … Full Article

Buyers compete for theater once owned by judge

An auction is scheduled in November for the former Slave Theater on Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The theater, which hosted countless African-American political and cultural events, was founded and owned by the late Brooklyn Judge John L. Phillips, who died in 2008. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights synagogue eyes Jewish mysticism

The alphabet has a life of its own.

Congregation B’nai Abraham in Brooklyn Heights this week begins a seven-part "mystical journey" into the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
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St. Paul’s hosts Assumption Feast, filling in for stricken Christ Church

Christ Church-Cobble Hill for many years has hosted summer feast day Eucharist liturgies and cookouts, on the Fourth of July and on Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, for the Deanery of St. Mark, a cluster of Episcopal parishes in western Brooklyn. … Full Article


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