Welcome to our business column, where we’ll share news on expansions, new biz, pop-ups, art shows, and recent closures. Openings Plum & Honey [https://www.plumandhoney.com/] Cooking & Baking School Plum & Honey cannoli class. Courtesy of Plum & Honey.Katie Rosenhouse, the woman behind Buttermilk Bakeshop in Park Slope has recently
PARK SLOPE – After putting the landmarked Lyceum building, located at 227 4th Avenue, back on the market earlier this year [/landmarked-brooklyn-lyceum-building-sale/], Greystone Development recently announced that it has sold the property for $10 million to an unnamed buyer. 227 4th Avenue, previously Public Bath No. 7 and the Brooklyn Lyceum
227 4th Avenue, the former Brooklyn Lyceum is now home to Blink Fitness (April 2017 photo by Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)PARK SLOPE – After debuting a new gym at a former 4th Avenue bathhouse [/blink-fitness-opens-in-historic-brooklyn-lyceum-building-august-1/] last August, Greystone Development has decided to put the landmarked building up for sale again. The
SUNSET PARK – The business boom continues in Sunset Park with three companies announcing new locations in the neighborhood, joining the home design emporium ABC Carpet & Home [http://www.abchome.com] which debuted a new 80,000-square-foot store at Industry City last fall. > [https://www.instagram.com/p/BcNCtgyBkaj/] [https://www.
227 4th Avenue, the former Brooklyn Lyceum is now home to a new Blink Fitness (Photo by Pamela Wong/BKLYNER, April 2017)Blink Fitness [https://www.blinkfitness.com/locations/park-slope], the Equinox-owned, budget-friendly fitness chain will open its twelfth Brooklyn location on Tuesday, August 1, in the landmarked Brooklyn Lyceum
Brooklyn Lyceum will officially become a gym, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission [http://www.nyc.gov/html/lpc/html/home/home.shtml] on Tuesday, according to YIMBY [http://www.yimbynews.com/2015/07/landmarks-clears-way-for-brooklyn-lyceums-conversion-to-gym.html?utm_source=YIMBY%20News&utm_campaign=2846a00a91-YIMBY_News_7_22_2015&utm_
Blink Fitness [http://www.blinkfitness.com/], a “budget-friendly gym” from the company behind Equinox [http://www.equinox.com/], is coming to 833-45 Flatbush Avenue on the corner of Linden Boulevard. Todd Dale represented the gym at last week’s Community Board 14 Budget meeting, where the company sought the necessary