For many Brooklynites, the destruction of Admiral’s Row and its extensive woodlands represents a tragic loss
The building will be home to NYC’s first Wegmans
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
In a city that is bursting at the seams, rooftops function as important spaces for play.
Preservationists are hoping for the home to be landmarked before what would have been Whitman’s 200th birthday.
The nine-story building will also have 430 parking spots for customers at the adjacent Wegmans store.
The facade will be complete later this month, and the building will open this fall.
As New York’s once-industrial waterfront becomes more residential, one shipyard remains in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The Yard will also nearly triple its workforce from 7,000 today to 20,000 by 2020.
The building will rise at 399 Sands Street, next to the incoming Wegmans.
The celebrated author didn't spend enough time there to merit a designation
The nonprofit behind the streetcar, Friends of the BQX, is hoping to shore up support for the transit project.
Building 77, one of the complex’s most formidable building, makes its debut—and brings thousands of jobs with it.
WeWork will take up 222,000 square feet of space in the 17-story office building.
The properties sit at the intersection of Brooklyn Navy Yard, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and South Williamsburg and are currently zoned for heavy manufacturing.
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.
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.
Closed to the public for nearly a century, the Brooklyn Naval Cemetery opened to the public last week as a public park. See how the landscape has been remade into an idyllic green space.
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.
The massive building should open in 2017
The final 13 townhouses in the Navy Green development soft launched in the fall, but have now hit the open market from $2 million.