If you have a family, you know what it’s like. Every time you try to leave the house with your kids it’s a production every bit as big as that of a Michael Bay blockbuster.
If you’re going to go through all that just to leave the house, you’d better have something worth leaving for.
Navy Green is on the border of two neighborhoods — Fort Greene and Clinton Hill — which should keep you and your family occupied. Navy Green will make that decision to leave even more difficult, but the neighborhood options are endless whether you’ve got the kids, or you’ve paid a sitter for a much-needed break.
The three-story, single-family townhouses at Navy Green have everything you could want in a family home: three or four bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms, a back garden with a patio, media room dishwasher, utility room with washer/dryer.
Please fill out a survey about retail in Dumbo. Your input will help shape the services and retail needs in the neighborhood. Survey data is anonymous and the Dumbo Improvement District will compile the answers and help bring needed retail to the area.
Here’s the link: surveymonkey.com/r/dumboretail
All respondents will be entered to win $100 to The Lighthouse!
Two Trees Management recently helped four local galleries relocate to storefront locations along Plymouth Street and the former Galapagos Art Space building (on the corner of Main Street and Water Street). If it’s been a while since you immersed yourself in the local art scene, here’s a list of some other Dumbo art galleries to check out.
Insider tip: All galleries will continue to be open late each month, from 6 to 9 p.m., for the DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk.
This cutting-edge contemporary photography gallery has called Dumbo home since 2007. Over the years, Klompching has showcased an impressive roster of artists, including Simon Roberts, John Blakemore, and Helen Sear.