Architects selected to renovate Hotel Bossert in Heights

Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects (GSKA) has been selected to preserve and return the historic Hotel Bossert to its original use as a luxury hotel destination. … Full Article

Nu Hotel launches new bar, outdoor cafe

Downtown Brooklyn’s Nu Hotel, at Smith Street and Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, has officially launched its brand new bar and event space plus outdoor cafe. … Full Article

New probation resource room in Brooklyn

NYC Department of Probation Commissioner Vincent Schiraldi cuts the ribbon on the new Resource Hub at 210 Joralemon St. in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

Kids' play about composting coming to Crown Heights community garden

What do you get when you cross the back-to-the-farm values of the "Wizard of Oz" and Dr. Seuss's pro-environmentalist "The Lorax" in a contemporary world of boundless garbage? … Full Article

RELIGION: Organists’ Guild hosts tour of Bed-Stuy churches

The organs and architecture of churches in Bedford-Stuyvesant will be featured in the annual Bach to Brooklyn Organ Tour. … Full Article

Corner building in Park Slope with air rights

Brooklyn-based TerraCRG reports the sale of a prime corner building in Park Slope.

The six unit corner mixed-use building at 149 4th Ave. sold for $2.12 million, according to Adam Hess, partner and senior vice president, who handled the sale along with associate Jacob Colleran. … Full Article

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


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