'Roofhop' Farm supplies locally-grown, organic hops to NYC beer makers

'Roofhop' Farm supplies locally-grown, organic hops to NYC beer makers

Founders Keely Gerhold and Katrina Ceguera, who, coincidentally, is the farm manager at JetBlue’s T5 Farm at JFK airport, started their TinyField operation to fulfill their love of…

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Oil spill fines to fund new environmental education program for Greenpoint schools

Oil spill fines to fund new environmental education program for Greenpoint schools

Related: Greenpoint Residents Choose Environmental Projects to get $7M in State Funds “We are creating the next generation of environmental stewards out of one of the worst…

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Abandoned lot could become new revamped park for Gowanus

Abandoned lot could become new revamped park for Gowanus

Looks like we could have another revamped-train-track park on our hands. The newest member to the High Line club could be the abandoned Gowanus playground on 10th Street and Third…

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Inside the super-skinny, $4M units that make up DUMBO's first luxury townhouses

Inside the super-skinny, $4M units that make up DUMBO's first luxury townhouses

Although Dumbo’s residential projects primarily comprise converted loft space, the 3,049-square-foot DUMBO Townhouses are an entirely new project built from scratch to replace a…

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Renderings unveiled for Brooklyn’s first supertall tower

Renderings unveiled for Brooklyn’s first supertall tower

SHoP Architects The 90-story, vaguely Art Deco tower will have 466,000 square feet of residential space, amounting in 550 condo units, as well as 140,000 square feet of…

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Tour Deke's tiny dumpster house from 2 Broke Girls (VIDEO)

Tour Deke's tiny dumpster house from 2 Broke Girls (VIDEO)

If Deke's house seems familiar to you, it may be because it looks an awful lot like the real-life dumpster digs of artist Gregory Kloehn. Just like Kloehn's, Deke's place has a…

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Historic ship could be transformed into a new mixed-use building in Red Hook

Historic ship could be transformed into a new mixed-use building in Red Hook

The SS United States may have a permanent home in Brooklyn, thanks to a developer who has stepped forward and offered to turn the ocean liner into a multi-use. The current owners were…

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Would you rent this $1,800 per month NYC apartment along with 17 roommates?

Would you rent this $1,800 per month NYC apartment along with 17 roommates?

Although the shared economy sector is nothing new, a new community sharing twist has just hit the NYC rental market. Thanks to a company called Common Living, Related: +…

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Rent this treehouse with a natural pool, a green roof, and - oh yeah - a 5 bedroom townhome

Rent this treehouse with a natural pool, a green roof, and - oh yeah - a 5 bedroom townhome

  Brooks-Church’s home was renovated over several years using 99 percent reclaimed materials. The result is a funky eco-friendly dwelling, which was previously featured on…

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dlandstudio's Sponge Park will be a natural filtration system for the Gowanus Canal

dlandstudio's Sponge Park will be a natural filtration system for the Gowanus Canal

A long-awaited project is finally breaking ground in Gowanus, where dlandstudio’s Sponge Park will soon replace the existing canal front with a futuristic park that serves an…

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Former Brillo factory to be reborn as swanky new condos

Former Brillo factory to be reborn as swanky new condos

Just when you think NYC couldn't possibly fit yet another luxury condo in its parameters, bam! The former Brillo factory located in DUMBO will be turned into 15 swanky condo units. The…

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Doban Architecture builds a living green sukkah for Sukkot

Doban Architecture builds a living green sukkah for Sukkot

Brooklyn-based Doban Architecture has built a Related: + Doban Architecture Photos by Ben Kulo Photography For the upcoming Jewish harvest holiday of Sukkot,…

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Rooftop aquaponic 'Farmlab' uses tilapia fish to grow edible plants

Rooftop aquaponic 'Farmlab' uses tilapia fish to grow edible plants

Urban farming has been gaining popularity these days in NYC, but a Brooklyn-based company is taking the verdant practice to new heights--literally. Hidden away on a Johnson Avenue…

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Lofty treehouse provides a perfect perch for this Brooklyn townhouse's backyard oasis

Lofty treehouse provides a perfect perch for this Brooklyn townhouse's backyard oasis

As much as we love writing about treehouses in rural areas, the fact that there's such a dearth of them in the big city is a bit disappointing. That's why we were so delighted to come…

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NYC pizzerias making 'Pope Pizzas' for papal visit

NYC pizzerias making 'Pope Pizzas' for papal visit

Via NY Post Pope Francisco, nyc pope visit, nyc pizzerias, nyc pizza, pope pizzas, nyc food, best nyc pizza, nyc food, pope usa visit,

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Crochet art mural unravels wicked gentrification debate in Brooklyn

Crochet art mural unravels wicked gentrification debate in Brooklyn

Who would have thought that a little bit of yarn art could unravel into Brooklyn's hottest debate? It seems that some lingering strings of resentment have been found in the…

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Rosetta Mission-inspired LED comet could land in your city

Rosetta Mission-inspired LED comet could land in your city

A new pavilion is bringing people closer to NASA’s out-of-this-world accomplishments. The World Science Festival, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, and ESA asked architecture firm…

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Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator

Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator

Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator during New York Fashion Week? The exhibition, titled Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens on Monday, September 14…

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Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

In Williamsburg next week, a bikesplosion will be celebrated. Within the last two days, Citi Bike has installed 15 new stations in the neighborhood and on Tuesday, August 25, Brooklyn…

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New solar-powered composting center may be coming to Gowanus

New solar-powered composting center may be coming to Gowanus

The Gowanus Canal Conservancy hopes a new solar-powered composting center will soon flank its shores. Locals could bring household food scraps and organic waste to the facility, which…

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Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Fed up Greenpoint and Williamsburg protestors took to land and water on Sunday to demand the city make good on their promise to build a waterfront park in the area. Along with 100…

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