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Fundraiser Launched For Locked Out Key Food Employees
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Fundraiser Launched For Locked Out Key Food Employees

PARK SLOPE – A GoFundMe campaign was recently launched [https://www.gofundme.com/pick-quick-key-food-employees?member=2172406&utm_source=twilio&utm_medium=sms&utm_campaign=contacts-v2-invite-to-donate&fbclid=IwAR19x8ZSwP96oKr0qtvd6IlJ3EqGQjkUMvJXNuSTMfBaHdsvwZNGbjx_koo] to help Key Food meat department employees who have been locked out of their jobs for more than a month. L-R: Locked-out Key

[UPDATE] Bye Bye Key Food: Deal Closed, Construction To Begin This Year
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[UPDATE] Bye Bye Key Food: Deal Closed, Construction To Begin This Year

Photo by BKLYNER[Updated: Monday, April 3 at 9:30am] City Council Member Brad Lander’s office released an announcement [http://bradlander.nyc/news/updates/agreement-reached-for-neighborhood-supermarket-affordable-housing-at-5th-avenue-key-foo] on Thursday, March 30 regarding the agreement reached [/bye-bye-key-food-deal-closed-construction-begin-year/] with Avery Hall Investments on the Key Food site located at 120 Fifth Avenue. “The

5th Avenue Key Foods Redevelopment Meeting Scheduled For November 1; Developer To Present New Plans
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5th Avenue Key Foods Redevelopment Meeting Scheduled For November 1; Developer To Present New Plans

Rendering from early 2016 of new development at 120 7th Avenue via YIMBY [http://www.yimbynews.com/2016/02/park-slope-key-food-developers-unveil-details-for-120-fifth-avenue-at-contentious-public-meeting.html] The Fifth Avenue Committee announced a community meeting [https://www.scribd.com/document/327933993/Key-Food-11-01-16-Meeting-Flyer-Final#from_embed] to provide updates on the controversial development of the 120 5th Avenue

Former Gowanus Pathmark Bustles With Construction Workers; Local Employees Say New Supermarket Is In The Works
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Former Gowanus Pathmark Bustles With Construction Workers; Local Employees Say New Supermarket Is In The Works

The former Pathmark in Gowanus could become a new supermarket. Aisles remain empty on October 7. (Photo by Donny Levit / Park Slope Stoop)When the Pathmark in Gowanus closed in November 2015 [http://thebrooklynink.com/2015/12/02/54539-scenes-from-a-closing-a-pathmark-says-goodbye/] , neighbors and local activists both lamented and expressed major concerns over

Windsor Terrace Supermarket Suddenly Shutters, Adding To Affordable Grocery Woes In Area
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Windsor Terrace Supermarket Suddenly Shutters, Adding To Affordable Grocery Woes In Area

Photo via Market Fresh Supermarket [https://www.facebook.com/brooklynmarketfresh/photos/a.438121579706805.1073741828.438098556375774/438121539706809/?type=3&theater] Updated on Wednesday, August 17 at 3:47pm: Market Fresh Supermarket reopened on Wednesday, August 17. Read our article concerning the updates to the store [/blog/food/market-fresh-of-windsor-terrace-reopens-quelling-concerns-of-yet-another-supermarket-closure/] . The sudden shuttering

Key Food Stakeholder Group And Developer Say ‘Constructive Dialogue’ Happening; Details Under Wraps
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Key Food Stakeholder Group And Developer Say ‘Constructive Dialogue’ Happening; Details Under Wraps

Rendering of new development at 120 5th Avenue via YIMBY [http://www.yimbynews.com/2016/02/park-slope-key-food-developers-unveil-details-for-120-fifth-avenue-at-contentious-public-meeting.html] The Park Slope Key Food Stakeholder Group — a convergence of neighborhood community organizations as well as local and citywide politicians — released a joint statement today with developer Avery Hall Investments saying that

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5th Avenue ‘Key Food Fight’ Becomes Subject Of BRIC TV Mini-Doc

A recent segment on BRIC TV [http://bricartsmedia.org/community-media/bric-tv] produced by Steve de Sève is an engaging and informative mini-documentary which tracks through the ongoing 5th Avenue Key Food development controversy [/blog/business/its-a-bodega-and-more-outcries-as-developer-presents-plans-for-5th-avenue-key-food-site/] that has been a major concern for community members in Park Slope, Gowanus, and

Pols Unite Behind Community, ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Key Food Site Development
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Pols Unite Behind Community, ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Key Food Site Development

Rendering of new development at 120 7th Avenue via YIMBY [http://www.yimbynews.com/2016/02/park-slope-key-food-developers-unveil-details-for-120-fifth-avenue-at-contentious-public-meeting.html] After a meeting in early February marked by both impassioned pleas and extreme exasperation by hundreds of community members [/blog/business/its-a-bodega-and-more-outcries-as-developer-presents-plans-for-5th-avenue-key-food-site/] in response to developer Avery Hall’s future plans for

Community Meeting Scheduled For February 9 To Address Controversial Redevelopment Of 5th Avenue Key Food Parcel
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Community Meeting Scheduled For February 9 To Address Controversial Redevelopment Of 5th Avenue Key Food Parcel

Photo by Park Slope StoopFollowing the announcement last November that a residential project would replace the current Key Food [/blog/business/scarce-affordable-grocery-options-with-potential-residential-project-on-5th-avenue-key-foods-site/] at 120 5th Avenue (at Sterling Place), members of the Park Slope community have been vocal in their opposition to the developer’s current plans. While the deal

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Developer For 5th Avenue Key Food Site Says ‘Seriously Considering’ Grocery Store

Photo via Google Maps [https://www.google.com/maps/@40.6789752,-73.9787201,3a,75y,297.02h,95.67t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s7IrJkdDQZiU7Lo8vF5m7EQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en] Last November, the community learned that Avery Hall Investments would be purchasing the 33-year-old Key Food [/blog/business/scarce-affordable-grocery-options-with-potential-residential-project-on-5th-avenue-key-foods-site/] — parking lot

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