[UPDATED: Wednesday, August 7 at 3:25pm] National Grid provided the additional statement after publishing: “718-643-4050 is National Grid’s general number for customer service inquiries and emergencies. We apologize for the inconvenience and will reinforce proper procedures; we’re committed to enhancing our customers’ experience.” PARK SLOPE – Several Park
Construction is underway at the Greenpoint Library, but the estimated opening of the new facility has been delayed until next year (Paul Stremple/BKLYNER) GREENPOINT – The new Greenpoint Library, originally scheduled to be completed in December 2018, won’t be ready for readers until sometime next summer due to the
A rendering of the proposed condominium project coming to 21 Powers Street (Via GE-T Architects)WILLIAMSBURG – A new condo project is back underway on a residential side street in Williamsburg, work resuming after the resolution of a stop work order. Now, a new rendering offers a preview of the finished
Renderings for the new building slated for 215 North 10th Street in Williamsburg (By Morris Adjmi Architects)WILLIAMSBURG – Another anodyne contemporary luxury development is headed for Williamsburg—this time at 215 North 10th, between Roebling and Driggs. The seven-story building will feature ground-floor retail space while adding 30 apartments in
The latest look at the development coming to 510 Driggs Avenue (By Woods Bagot) UPDATE (7/12/18): Updated renderings for the building at 510 Driggs have been revealed, as seen above. First picked up by YIMBY [https://newyorkyimby.com/2018/06/exclusive-rendering-revealed-for-510-driggs-avenue-williamsburg-brooklyn.html] , the new design shows developers switching
A conceptual design of the Prospect Park garage and maintenance compound (Via Prospect Park Alliance)PROSPECT PARK – Although Prospect Park went car free at the beginning of this year [/prospect-park-now-officially-car-free/], a new “garage” compound for park maintenance and operations will come to the park in the not too distant future.
The job site at 1949 Broadway, where a construction worker was killed over the weekend (Screenshot via Google Maps)BUSHWICK – A construction worker was crushed to death in an accident at a job site near Broadway Junction in Bushwick over the weekend, police confirmed. The accident took place around 3:
Photo via Shorecrest TowersThe revitalization of Brooklyn’s oceanside neighborhoods continues! Cammeby’s has unveiled stunning renovations to Shorecrest Towers [http://shorecresttowers.com/?utm_source=bklyner&utm_medium=post], a rental community of studio-to-three-bedroom apartments that has been an iconic part of South Brooklyn for decades. World-renowned design firm Andres
BUSHWICK – Drone footage released by the architecture firm ODA [http://www.oda-architecture.com/] shows construction progressing on two massive housing developments coming to Bushwick. Together, the developments at 10 Montieth Street and 123 Melrose street—site of the old Rheingold Brewery [http://www.brownstoner.com/history/rheingold-beer-brewery-brooklyn-bushwick-history/] —take up 1.
Community activist Mamnun Haq speaking at the safety improvements groundbreaking on Church and McDonald Avenues, July 11 2017. (Photo by Carly Miller/BKLYNER) Yesterday, city officials and civic leaders announced the start of a two-month safety improvement project on Church Avenue at one of Kensington’s busiest and most dangerous
Assemblymember Steven Cymbrowitz at East 16th Street and Gravesend Neck Road. (Photo via Cymbrowitz’s office)After almost a decade, a ‘forgotten’ street corner in Sheepshead Bay is expected to open to pedestrians again next month, said Assembly Member Steven Cymbrowitz. The city fenced off the corner of Gravesend Neck
86 Fleet Place (Image via Red Apple Group [http://www.catsimatidis.com/red-apple-real-estate/#1455640280595-56277235-8879] )The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership has put together a handy list detailing all the new development [http://myrtleavenue.org/your-full-round-up-of-new-construction/] happening along and around Myrtle Avenue, spanning Fort Greene and Clinton Hill. According to the list,
1501 Voorhies Avenue, 2017. (Photo by Carly Miller/BKLYNER)A stop-work order has been slapped on the looming — and controversial — 28-story luxury condo tower slated for Sheepshead Bay, after officials found safety violations at the site. Construction for the AvalonBay at 1501 Voorhies Avenue has been halted after inspectors found
Department of Building plans for 470 Dean Street (Via YIMBY [http://www.yimbynews.com/2016/12/foundation-work-underway-on-eight-story-63-unit-mixed-use-project-at-470-dean-street-prospect-heights.html] )There’s no slowing down for the skyline [/development-watch-proposed-new-law-let-skyline-get-even-taller-parkslopestoop/] near Barclays as the recently completed 461 Dean Street [http://www.yimbynews.com/2016/11/touring-the-worlds-tallest-modular-building-at-461-dean-street-in-pacific-park.html]
The current comfort station at Bill Brown Park as seen from Bedford Avenue. Photo via Google Maps.It’s been over a year and a half, and Bill Brown park still doesn’t have its multi-million dollar bathroom. We last reported on the park’s project [/the-bill-brown-park-getting-pumped-with-2-6-million-for-new-bathroom/] when it was
Unmarked construction. (Photo by Ditmas Park Corner)Many neighbors write to DPC to find out what’s happening in the neighborhood, like the purpose of ambiguously marked construction projects spotted around town, from road resurfacing [http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/education/2016/10/17/controversial-school-rezoning-plan-in-brooklyn-has-racial-undertones.html] to major highway