Brooklyn Navy Yard
For many Brooklynites, the destruction of Admiral’s Row and its extensive woodlands represents a tragic loss
The building is part of the Brooklyn Navy Yard’s $1 billon expansion.
The building will be home to NYC’s first Wegmans
The 74,000-square-foot supermarket will create 500 jobs.
Building 127 will undergo a renovation that will add 300 jobs
A new master plan and rezoning calls for three "vertical manufacturing" buildings, increased public access, and more educational programming
The Yard will also nearly triple its workforce from 7,000 today to 20,000 by 2020.
At the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a hulking World War II-era factory is now a 21st-century manufacturing hub
Building 77, one of the complex’s most formidable building, makes its debut—and brings thousands of jobs with it.
The new 3,152-panel solar rooftop atop Building 293 will generate 1.1 million kilowatts hours of energy per year. That's the equivalent of saving 76,000 gallons of gasoline annually and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 1.4 million.
"It is an ugly thing to live in a timeless place"
An innovative cricket farm is coming to the Navy Yard thanks to Terreform One. The "igloo-esque" shelter is intended to bring crickets to the palates of Kings County millennials.
Developers are still in the process of obtaining all of the necessary permits needed before they can begin building the proposed five-story building that will house the 250,000-square-foot store.
Plans have finally been filed with the Department of Buildings for the highly anticipated Wegmans Supermarket that's coming to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. It's expected to open in 2017.
After being closed for nine decades, the former cemetery is now a vibrant green park
The Williamsburg stronghold will join Russ & Daughters as a co-anchor of Brooklyn Navy Yard's Building 77. The brewery has signed on for 75,000 square feet in the building, which includes space for manufacturing, pub, and a rooftop beer garden.
For many years, the Brooklyn Navy Yard has been a forbidding presence along the East River waterfront, hidden from the surrounding neighborhood. With several new projects this month, that has begun to change.
The developers on the project are looking for this 16-story building to be LEED certified. WeWork will take up about a third of the building, and the rest will be offices for tech and creative type companies.
The massive building should open in 2017
The political circus that is the 2016 presidential election is officially barreling toward New York City, with the state's primary happening on April 19. And now, Democratic frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will debate in Brooklyn.
The redevelopment of the Brooklyn waterfront is well underway, and these renderings offer a new look at the forthcoming retail and commercial spaces.
Running every ten minutes, the shuttle will operate on two separate loops and connect to 13 nearby subway lines.