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Saturday, May 25, 2019

‘Willoughby Walks’ Returns For 3 Wednesdays In May

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - The "Willoughby Walks" series returns next week, temporarily transforming the blocks surrounding the intersection of Willoughby and Lawrence Streets into a car-free public playground. The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (DBP) and the New York City Department...

The Future of Housing Affordability in New York City

Like many other regions across the United States, New York City is in the midst of a housing crisis, in which one-third of the city’s residents spend more than half of their income on...

See you tomorrow – Only Brooklyn!

Join TerraCRG tomorrow as we host our 9th Annual Only Brooklyn Real Estate Conference in partnership with MNS Real Estate. You’ll hear from the most active players in Brooklyn commercial real estate through a...

How Hungryroot Helps New York’s Busy Creatives Eat Healthy

Surviving in New York isn’t easy, especially if you have a career in the arts. Emily Cordes, a 32-year-old resident of Ditmas Park and an actress, can attest to this. Along with auditioning and...

Spend Your Summer in Brooklyn with FIT

The Fashion Institute of Technology is perhaps best known as a school for aspiring fashion creatives and entrepreneurs, with a campus located in the heart of Manhattan’s fashion district. But FIT offers so much...

Mondays at Pratt Institute: Weekly Openings of New Work by Graduating MFA Artists

Discover the bold work of emerging fine arts talent at Pratt Shows. New exhibits open every Monday from 5-8 PM on the Brooklyn campus through mid-May. Every Monday night Pratt opens its doors and invites you...

DeKalb Market Hall Welcomes Two New Vendors

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - DeKalb Market Hall (445 Albee Square West) has added two new vendors to its always bustling 27,000-square-foot food hall—Thank You Come Again, featuring Thai and Chinese cuisine, and Brooklyn Hummus, offering all-kosher falafel...

Passover and Good Friday Celebrated With Burning of Chametz And Carrying of Crosses

Friday marked the beginning of Passover in the Jewish faith and Good Friday for Christians worldwide, meaning thousands of people in Brooklyn participated in special religious rituals to mark the holy days. In the Orthodox...

Register to attend the 9th Annual Only Brooklyn.® Real Estate Conference

Since 2010, the borough’s most engaging and relevant Only Brooklyn.® Real Estate Conference has gathered hundreds of real estate professionals to discuss the future of one of the most powerful sub-markets in the country....

Borough’s Tallest Building, Brooklyn Point, Tops Out At 720 Feet

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - The team developing Brooklyn's tallest building (for now) announced on Tuesday that the tower has topped out at 720 feet. The 68-story Brooklyn Point (1 City Point, née 138 Willoughby Street) is Extell...

475 Clermont: Now Leasing Studios-2BRs

Powerful, yet elegant, 475 Clermont captures Brooklyn’s industrial era aesthetic, sitting where Fort Greene and Clinton Hill meet. Every aspect of the building has a reason to exist, a specific purpose to fulfill. It has real homes, curated...

Food Bank For NYC Offering Free Tax Assistance For Low-Income New Yorkers

BED-STUY/DOWNTOWN/SUNSET PARK - Tax Day is Monday, April 15. If you haven't filed your taxes yet—and need help doing so—Food Bank For New York City has set up tax assistance sites across the five boroughs...

3rd Annual Preservation Film Fest To Screen ‘Battle For Brooklyn’ & ‘Little Fugitive’

DOWNTOWN/CONEY ISLAND - The New York Preservation Archive Project is hosting its third annual Preservation Film Festival April 2nd to May 3rd, screening contemporary documentaries and historic classics across the five boroughs. The selected films address current themes...

Use Shapr to Make The Right Connections

There’s likely one person in every subway car who can intro you to a new job opportunity, connect you to the perfect freelance gig or make a great addition to your team. But let’s...

Busy Parents, Let Hungryroot Be Your Healthy Food Concierge

As a parent of two young kids, I’ve got limited time – and energy – for shopping and cooking. So I’m always on the lookout for ways to make getting those things done a...
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