The neighborhood is cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy and will be for a while. While many of the buildings and retail shops away from the East River did not sustain major damage from the high winds and rains, some buildings closer to the river are still without power and may need repairs. In some cases, businesses will have to be closed indefinitely until proper assessments are completed. To help Dumbo businesses rebuild, go to The Dumbo Improvement District website to find out more about how you can help.
PS 307 Open Houses PS 307 in Vinegar Hill is hosting open house dates (209 York Street) on November 21 from 9-10am, December 8 from 6-7pm, and December 12 from 9-10am. If you are wondering about Pre-K options for your child born in 2011, this is a good chance to visit the Magnet School for […]
Two Trees Management Company’s new rental development in Dumbo Brooklyn, 60 Water Street has released its first listings. The new construction building includes 290 rental units, as well as a 300 seat public Middle School with an entrance along Dock Street and some ground floor retail along Water Street (The interior build-out of the middle […]
By now, those of you who live or work in Brooklyn have probably seen a car2go in the wild. They’re hard to miss, those tiny little cars perfect for city driving and parking. You may even have heard about how easy it is for members to find one nearby, get in, drive wherever they want […]
NY Times visits Vinegar Hill (Brooklyn) in their Living In column on Sunday. In it, Vinegar Hill is described as: The Brooklyn waterfront enclave of Vinegar Hill is a tiny carpet remnant of a neighborhood, a rough-edged but charmingly idiosyncratic swatch of land largely cut off from the city around it. At its northern fringe […]