'Paris on the Gowanus': 365 Bond brings sustainable waterfront luxury to Brooklyn

'Paris on the Gowanus': 365 Bond brings sustainable waterfront luxury to Brooklyn

Related: Roof Farm-Topped Gowanus Whole Foods Set to Open in December According to the project’s lead designer and architect, GHWA’s David West, AIA, “The site is located at…

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Stack Exchange envisions a futuristic LES community made of layers of timber

Stack Exchange envisions a futuristic LES community made of layers of timber

Related: “Grow Your Own City” Concept Wins the Timber in the City Student Design Competition + Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Association of Collegiate…

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fresh&co's mobile pop-up farmstand hits the streets of NYC

fresh&co's mobile pop-up farmstand hits the streets of NYC

Related: GrowNYC Farmers Market Pops Up in the Middle of JFK Airport JetBlue Terminal + fresh&co + Friends of Karen Images via fresh&co Facebook fresh&co,…

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World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

World's Fair Pavilion reimagined as a giant greenhouse blob atop Flushing Meadows Park

Related: 100,000 sq. ft. Duggal Greenhouse Opens at Brooklyn Navy Yard! + Sarah Wan and Aidan Doyle Via The Real Deal New York State Pavilion, Sarah Wan and Aidan Doylem…

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Trendy Urby waterfront community is the first in NY with its own farm, bodega and urban beehive

Trendy Urby waterfront community is the first in NY with its own farm, bodega and urban beehive

Move over, Brooklyn. Staten Island is now home to a trendy new waterfront community that's giving the Kingsborough a run for its money. Dubbed Urby, the 900-unit rental complex in…

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AeroFarms is building the world's largest indoor vertical farm just 45 mins from Manhattan

AeroFarms is building the world's largest indoor vertical farm just 45 mins from Manhattan

AeroFarms broke ground last summer in Newark on what they are planning to be the world’s largest indoor vertical farm, as well as the company’s new headquarters. Using large scale…

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NYC's iconic MetLife building becomes a vertical farm in quirky architecture comic

NYC's iconic MetLife building becomes a vertical farm in quirky architecture comic

Metals in Construction magazine recently sponsored a design contest for the renovation of one of NYC’s most iconic landmarks, the 50+ story MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue. Among…

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NYC's first floating food forest to hit the Hudson River this summer

NYC's first floating food forest to hit the Hudson River this summer

NYC’s first ‘floating food forest’ is preparing to sail down the Hudson River this June. Inhabitat reported last year on the plans for Swale, a project conceived by artist Mary…

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High-tech hydroponic rooftop greenhouse opens atop Williamsburg's PS 84

High-tech hydroponic rooftop greenhouse opens atop Williamsburg's PS 84

“This a generation of stewards of this planet, for environmental and climate change stress,” said Diana Zelvin, vice-president of the school’s parent-teacher…

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William Vale Hotel's amazing elevated rooftop park and farm near completion in Williamsburg

William Vale Hotel's amazing elevated rooftop park and farm near completion in Williamsburg

Related: + Via Curbed NY William Vale Hotel, williamsburg, Sets Opening Date of April 2016

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Gotham Greens opens 60,000-sq-ft rooftop farm atop former toy company in Hollis, Queens

Gotham Greens opens 60,000-sq-ft rooftop farm atop former toy company in Hollis, Queens

Related: New Gowanus Whole Foods Will Have Rooftop Farm Operated by Gotham Greens “Opening this new state-of-the-art greenhouse facility in the middle of winter underscores the…

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NYC's first resident urban farmer will grow food for Staten Island's new green community

NYC's first resident urban farmer will grow food for Staten Island's new green community

Related: Via Gothamist Urban farming, resident urban farmer, staten island urban farmer, Zaro Bates, urban farms, staten island URBY, green space nyc, urban farming nyc, first…

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Guerrilla compost bins disguised as newspaper boxes hit the streets of NYC

Guerrilla compost bins disguised as newspaper boxes hit the streets of NYC

Master composter and graphic designer, Debbie Ullman, thinks NYC is addicted to throwing away organic food waste. Therefore, in order to put residents on the right composting path, the…

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Project Farmhouse to bring new sustainable culinary education center to the heart of Manhattan

Project Farmhouse to bring new sustainable culinary education center to the heart of Manhattan

designed by Interbrand and ShiftSpace Related: + Project Farmhouse Project Farmhouse, Project Farmhouse Arch Installation, Interbrand, ShiftSpace, urban gardening,…

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JetBlue's blue potato farm sprouts at JFK airport

JetBlue's blue potato farm sprouts at JFK airport

JetBlue Airways is opening its own farm, just outside Terminal 5. The 24,000-square-foot farm will feature 3,000 crates of blue potato plants as well as 2,000 herbs and a variety of…

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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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"GrowOnUs" floating water-filtering garden pops up on the Gowanus Canal

Balmori Associates designed and built a floating landscape in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, one of the most polluted bodies of water in the United States. The floating infrastructure is…

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Stony Brook's new hydroponic ‘Freight Farm’ can grow up to 1,200 lettuce heads a week right on campus

Stony Brook's new hydroponic ‘Freight Farm’ can grow up to 1,200 lettuce heads a week right on campus

New York's Stony Brook University is the first institute of higher education to install a Freight Farm, an innovative hydroponic farm that can grow plants year round.

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Heroic Food Farm gives returning veterans a new mission cultivating sustainably grown food

Heroic Food Farm gives returning veterans a new mission cultivating sustainably grown food

Heroic Food was founded in 2014 by screenwriter Leora Barish in order to address two problems: the challenges veterans face as they transition back into civilian society, and America's…

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Beautiful and bountiful rooftop garden grows atop former LES squat

Beautiful and bountiful rooftop garden grows atop former LES squat

21 Avenue C 820 square foot intensive green roof The garden was initially conceived in early 2012 and construction was completed in December 2014. Now in its first…

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Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop

Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop "hipster playground" at ODA's new Bushwick apartments

The 25,500 sf of modulating landscaped rooftop which will include: + ODA Architecture ODA Architecture, 10 Monieth street, green roofs, architecture, brooklyn design,…

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Cloud Farms' mini greenhouses let you grow fresh produce right out of your window

Cloud Farms' mini greenhouses let you grow fresh produce right out of your window

Cloud Farms, the brain child of designer Bradley Ferrada, can bring an easy-to-use vegetable farm to any small apartment. The graduate of Pratt Institute’s Master of Industrial Design…

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Get those green thumbs ready! North Brooklyn Farms is relaunching its organic garden this spring

Get those green thumbs ready! North Brooklyn Farms is relaunching its organic garden this spring

Who's ready to play in the dirt? After temporarily closing last September, North Brooklyn Farms will soon be reopening in a new and improved location. Still located in Williamsburg, the…

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NYC farmer Annie Novak shares the ins & outs of rooftop farming in the winter

NYC farmer Annie Novak shares the ins & outs of rooftop farming in the winter

Photo © Jackie Snow for Wilder Quarterly, used with permission. This article was originally published in February 2012. Rooftop farming during the winter may seem like a bleak…

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