Brooklyn’s Waterfront to Get Giant Development Boost from Proposed New Marine Terminal

May 29, 18 Brooklyn’s Waterfront to Get Giant Development Boost from Proposed New Marine Terminal

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A new shipping hub to be called the Sustainable South Brooklyn Marine Terminal will create more than 250 quality jobs soon, as well as bringing commerce into the area, says the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Industry leaders Red Hook Container Terminal and Industry City were selected by Mayor de Blasio’s...

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Brief Power Fail Causes Subway Delays Throughout Brooklyn, Manhattan

Sep 18, 17 Brief Power Fail Causes Subway Delays Throughout Brooklyn, Manhattan

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At about 1pm on Sunday a transformer near Jay street blew out, interrupting subway service between downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. Despite the temporary nature of the failure directly effecting service on the A, C, E, F and G lines, other lines far from the source of the trouble experienced delays as well. Not only did the outage...

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Pop-up Picnics Picking Up in Popularity

Jun 07, 17 Pop-up Picnics Picking Up in Popularity

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Leave it to Brooklynites to imagine new and creative ways to meet up and make new friends. Called PopUpBrooklyn, it is the largest d-i-y dinner party in the country. Party goers signed up, paying $35 per person for the opportunity to share a meal outdoors with about 6,000 other participants. The most recent event’s locale was not...

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Formula E Racing Coming to Brooklyn

Sep 26, 16 Formula E Racing Coming to Brooklyn

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New York City is on the map for many sports events: the third leg of the Triple Crown, The Belmont Stakes; the Knicks and the Yankees play here; even the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show has its home in New York. Until now car racing has been absent from the New York sports scene. Come next July New Yorkers will play host to the...

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Committee Exploring Public Transportation Along Brooklyn and Queens Waterfront

Aug 03, 15 Committee Exploring Public Transportation Along Brooklyn and Queens Waterfront

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An advisory committee of some of New York’s most influential developers, transportation experts and community leaders is looking into the feasibility and benefits of a north-west transportation system that will connect the waterfront communities of Brooklyn with areas in Queens. Residents of neighborhoods along the waterfront in...

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