Some local historians believe the future site of a Gowanus pre-K could be the final resting place of Revolutionary War heroes the Maryland 400—and, after years of speculation, they’re about to find out.
The issues this study will examine include creating new and affordable housing in the neighborhood, improving pedestrian safety and beautifying the streetscapes, and infrastructural improvements including the continued cleanup of the Gowanus Canal.
What happens when an interior designer and a lighting designer decide to renovate a century-old Brooklyn townhouse? In the case of Merrill Lyons and Charles Brill, the home in question becomes a colorful, family-friendly oasis.
The de Blasio administration’s consideration is in part a response to a plan created by Gowanus residents between 2013-2015 known as Bridging Gowanus. That plan has the backing of local City Councilman Brad Lander.
Yes, really: Property Markets Group is in talks to buy a contaminated piece of land along Smith Street for $50 million, with plans to turn it into a mixed-use building with a hotel, retail, and offices.
The long-anticipated cleanup of the Gowanus Canal is one step closer to getting underway, as the EPA and the city announced the finalized locations for two retention tanks that are necessary for the remediation of the über-polluted waterway.
Rising on a former manufacturing site, one half of the rental development along the Gowanus Canal in the namesake neighborhood is now welcoming tenants. Here, take a look inside at the apartments and amenities that are recasting the area.
When Whole Foods purchased its site at the corner of 3rd Street and Third Avenue it also paid to restore the exterior of the landmarked Coignet Building. It's unclear what its future use will be, but the owner is currently selling.
In this week's edition of Curbed Comparisons, we're looking at apartments asking around $1,800 in New York City neighborhoods like Williamsburg, the Upper East Side, and Astoria. Which one would you choose? Cast your vote!
With large-scale developments like Lightstone Group's project at 365 Bond Street now open to renters, the real estate market in Gowanus is quickly picking up and this has driven up prices for properties everywhere in the neighborhood.