Closings Have Commenced at 5 RIVER PARK (sponsored)
Located at the nexus of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park, this thoughtfully composed collection of 25 graciously scaled one- to four-bedroom residences is paired with over 20,000 SQFT of indoor and outdoor amenities. Enjoy an attended arrival reception, dual-level garden terraces with an outdoor resort pool, alfresco ... (read more).
Carousels in Brooklyn Bridge Park and Prospect Park reopening
Jane’s Carousel at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park is finally reopening on Saturday, May 1st. Know before you go: Open 6 days a week from 11 am to 7 pm (closed Tuesdays) Tickets $2 are available at the Carousel Capacity is limited to 17 people per ride Masks are required age 2 and ... (read more).
A spring update on the BQE repairs
It was reported last Friday that the Mayor will unveil new plans for the BQE in May. It’s unclear whether these plans relate to just the Cantilever, and if so, whether they are the short-term emergency repairs that NYCDOT has been developing over the past year, ... (read more).
Brooklyn Heights Montessori School Helps Students Discover the Joy of Learning (sponsored)
Nestled in the heart of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights Montessori School is a diverse community committed to educational excellence serving students age two – 8th grade. Dedicated to educating children not just for high school but what lies beyond, our programs are rooted in the Montessori philosophy, a 100-year-old framework ... (read more).
Brooklyn Bridge Park brings back Waterfront Workouts including family fitness
Free Waterfront Workouts in Brooklyn Bridge Park are back! From morning Vinyasa Yoga and Sunset Yoga, to Amp’d bootcamp, Zumba, and a brand new Family Fitness class, there is a broad range of weekly workouts to keep you active and healthy starting this May. Note, each class requires advanced registration. Registration ... (read more).
This Mom Will Stand Up for Your Schools (sponsored)
By April Somboun, City Council Candidate, District 33: I’m a proud product of public schools and recognize the impact my education had on everything that followed — my passions, my higher education, my career, everything. Now, though, as a public school mom, I recognize the education landscape has changed, especially in ... (read more).
Cherry blossoms at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Many different kinds of cherries are now in bloom; the ‘Kanzan’ trees on Cherry Esplanade are forming buds at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The cherry blossoms will be available to view until approximately May 9th, you can track the cherry blossoms here. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is open from Tuesdays ... (read more).
Weekly free outdoor concerts in Brooklyn Heights with the “Brownstone Baritone”
Brooklyn Heights resident, opera singer and St. Ann’s music teacher Peter Kendall Clark has created Songs From The Ledge which grew organically from neighbors gathering to applaud the Front Line Workers. Beginning in May last year, Peter stood on the front wall of 145 Hicks Street for 100 consecutive nights ... (read more).
Integrity. Creativity. Experience. (sponsored)
For generations, my family has been brokering real estate transactions in New York earning our legacy of honesty and integrity in all business dealings and chairing the ethics committees of several real estate boards. I carry on this tradition with pride by bringing my no-nonsense advocacy, depth of ... (read more).


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