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Quay Tower launches 5 model residences (sponsored)
Quay Tower has moved one step closer to closings, which are scheduled to begin late this Summer. Now previewing all five residences on the 15th floor, Quay Tower offers sweeping cinematic views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, Downtown Brooklyn and beyond. Located directly on the serene Brooklyn Heights waterfront, these [Read more...]
First looks of the new public library coming to DUMBO
The Brooklyn Public Library team, architects and the community engagement firm have presented renderings and programming ideas for the new Adams Street library – the first branch being built in Brooklyn in almost 40 years.The 6,500 square feet ground floor space with windows overlooking Brooklyn Bridge Park will feature an [Read more...]
District 13 receives school diversity grant
The Department of Education plans to adopt the vast majority of the preliminary recommendations made by the School Diversity Advisory Group (SDAG). SDAG is a group of students, educators, parents, advocates and researchers appointed in 2017 to advise the Mayor and Chancellor on policies to advance school diversity and integration. [Read more...]
Free kid-friendly Make Music Cobble Hill 6/21 (sponsored)
Make Music Cobble Hill will be taking place on Friday, June 21st from 5 to 9 pm on car-free Court Street between Atlantic & Bergen. This free block party on the longest day of the year will feature four bands throughout the evening as well as craft and fitness activities [Read more...]
Best Brooklyn pools and free swimming lessons this summer
The public pools in NYC will be open from June 27 to September 8th this year and will offer swimming lessons for children starting at 1.5 years. The pop-up pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park is no longer but we have a compiled a list of free and for-fee options in [Read more...]
Call now for a tour at Brooklyn Preschool of Science (sponsored)
Brooklyn Preschool of Science is a place where a child’s sense of wonder is the star of the show. Our integrated science-based curriculum embraces children’s innate curiosity and provides a foundation for meaningful math, language, and literacy development. We believe in the lifelong benefits of early experiences with STEM, and [Read more...]
New details about the massive Front and York development in DUMBO released
A new website for the residential project at 85 Jay Street is up which features new imagery of the building amenities and 25,000 square-foot private park.The development will offer 150,000-square-foot of amenities including one of the City’s largest private parks designed by the same designers who created Brooklyn Bridge Park, [Read more...]
Soccer Shots Summer Sessions Kickoff This Weekend in Brooklyn Bridge Park (sponsored)
Soccer Shots classes for children ages 2-8 are taking place at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 5 starting this Saturday and Sunday for 12 weeks! Click here to enroll for the season for $352. Soccer Shots focuses on education and character development and aims to leave [Read more...]
NYC poverty report shows neighborhoods with lowest poverty levels in Brooklyn
The Mayor’s Office has released the NYC Government Poverty Measure 2017 showing a slight decrease of poverty in the city over the course of 5 years. Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO, Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill and Park Slope community districts have the lowest poverty rates in [Read more...]

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