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.
A new book covers the grassroots efforts and decades of work that made Brooklyn Bridge Park into the destination it is today.
The highly anticipated spinoff of the Brooklyn Children’s Museum will debut Saturday.
Cobblestone streets. Nineteenth-century brick warehouses. Striking views of the sky and water. Dumbo, an historic industrial neighborhood, has in recent years been transformed into one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, combining luxury living and the amenities that cater to it.
Sure, you’ve visited Brooklyn Bridge Park. What if you lived there? Pierhouse, developed by Toll Brothers City Living, provides that opportunity. There are several factors that distinguish this condo complex, beyond the fact that it sits inside Brooklyn Bridge Park: few residential spaces in New York City boast 18-foot ceilings. Fewer still have a pet spa with dog…
In September, people get serious again. Beach blankets are packed away, gym memberships renewed, and healthy meals return to the kitchen table. It’s also a good time to do an insurance coverage update, whether you’re renting or you own a co-op or condo. Here’s how: