CLINTON HILL – The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership will close out this year’s Myrtle Avenue Summer Series with a 90s hip-hop dance party, street dance battle, and live art installation next Friday, August 23. Matthew Geller’s I Ought To at Myrtle Avenue Plaza (Photo: Nathan Haselby)Along with celebrating
CLINTON HILL – Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership will present a packed schedule of outdoor programs this summer including lunchtime concerts, fitness classes, kids’ activities, and more. A live performance at Myrtle Avenue Plaza in 2018 (Photo: Samuel Stuart, courtesy of Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership)All of the events in the 2019
CLINTON HILL – While celebrating the summer solstice with Make Music New York Thursday, Clinton Hill officially opened the new Myrtle Avenue Plaza and began the three-month Move On Myrtle series. Locals can look forward to free fitness programs, music performances, and kids’ activities scheduled on the plaza through September. Move
CLINTON HILL – After more than ten years in the making, the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership will debut the new $7 million, 25,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza between Hall Street and Emerson Place this Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and the launch of the free summer public program series, “Move on Myrtle.
Photo by Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn PartnershipJust in time for summer, the Myrtle Avenue Plaza, a four-block long, 25,000-square-foot pedestrian plaza in Clinton Hill, is nearing completion. Situated between Hall Street and Emerson Place, the project, headed by the NYC Department of Design and Construction, will include seating, trees, and
You may have noticed, traversing the neighborhood lately, that a few of our local streets are starting to look different. The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership has been offering details lately on Clinton Hill streetscape projects, including the Myrtle Avenue Plaza and the implementation of the Park Avenue Pedestrian Safety Plan.
Two busy Myrtle Avenue spots have recently gotten/are starting to get a bit more welcoming for pedestrians. Workers installed signage and set up cones last week at the new jughandle turn at Myrtle and Flatbush Avenues, and have painted initial markings, as the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership pointed out