Boerum Hill

Check out these top-dollar DUMBO condo sales

Lovely and landmarked or high-rise and modern. Either way, DUMBO homes command some of the highest prices in Brooklyn. Keep in mind that when we say a DUMBO home has sold for $4 million, we're talking about an apartment. … Full Article

Red Hook industrialist has big plans for Prospect Park’s former Kensington Stables

He makes his living from cement, but he loves horses. As proud new owner of the historic former Kensington Stables, John Quadrozzi Jr., president of the GBX–Gowanus Bay Terminal on the industrial Red Hook waterfront, has a dream. … Full Article

TOMS to open first Brooklyn store in Williamsburg

TOMS announced it will open its first permanent store in Williamsburg. The store is famous for its charity program, which donates a pair of shoes to children in need for every pair it sells. … Full Article

Landmark the Hans S. Christian Memorial Kindergarten, Carroll Gardens residents say at hearing

Landmark Brooklyn's first stand-alone free kindergarten and its companion building too. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission designates Boerum Hill historic district extension

Boerum Hill activists have waited four decades for this moment. The city Landmarks Preservation Commission just said yes to expanding the neighborhood's historic district. … Full Article

DUMBO’s Washington Street transforms into outdoor runway

Washington Street in DUMBO is a tourist attraction for thousands, who come from near and far for the amazing view of the Manhattan Bridge amongst the early 20th-century architecture and the breathtaking backdrop of Manhattan and the Empire State Building. … Full Article

Neighbors worry footbridge connecting Montague St. to Brooklyn Bridge Park will bring circus to their door

Building a footbridge connecting Montague Street to Brooklyn Bridge Park will ruin the “peace and relaxation” of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and infringe on the Promenade’s protected views, say some Heights residents who live near Montague Street. … Full Article

Polish-language newspaper in Greenpoint survives despite odds

Even though the Polish community of Greenpoint is declining, a Polish-language weekly there is reportedly thriving. … Full Article

Gothamist publisher: Don't move away from Williamsburg during L-train shutdown

Some Williamsburg residents are wondering whether they should move out of the area by April, when MTA’s 15-month shutdown of the L train in the direction west of Bedford Avenue begins.  … Full Article
Brooklyn’s 113th Independence Day Parade Hits Court Street

VIDEO: Brooklyn’s 113th Independence Day Parade hits Court Street

For Brooklyn’s 113th annual Independence Day Parade on Saturday, the Knights of Columbus got rid of Court Street’s traffic and turned it into a patriotic mixture of entertainment for the people of Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. … Full Article


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