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For over 50 years, BCS has provided subcontract assembly services to entrepreneurs, retailers, designers, and manufacturers, fulfilling one to any number of steps in getting products to market at BKLYN UNLTD.
Lalezarian Properties is also the developer of BKLYN Gold in Downtown Brooklyn.
BKLYN DESIGNS will take place from May 6-8 at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint in conjunction with NYCxDESIGN.
BKLYN Juice is taking over the location from a local children's clothing store that is relocating to 4th Avenue.
Starting with the BKLYN larder in 2008, thread collective has designed all of the couple's current food ventures, including the new Franny's and Marco's.
She will also supervise existing residential properties at 8 Spruce in Lower Manhattan and DKLB BKLYN in Fort Greene as well as identify new development opportunities.
The surging luxury market of FiDi has earned plenty of ink over he past year, but just across the Brooklyn Bridge sits the BKLYN AIR, a striking symbol of Brooklyn's hasty climb up the residential ladder.
Forest City Ratner is seeking damages and declaratory relief from Skanska for "multiple failures and missteps as the construction manager for B2 BKLYN," which is slated to become the tallest modular tower in the world.
Lalezarian Properties announced today that leasing at BKLYN | AIR, a 41-story, 432-foot tower located at 309 Gold Street in Downtown Brooklyn, is underway.
We also recently joined Forest City Ratner to break ground at B2 BKLYN, which will bring housing for middle and lower income families to Atlantic Yards following the opening of the already iconic Barclays Center.
New residential developments offering thousands of new units in Downtown Brooklyn include; Avalon Fort Greene, residential/retail by Avalon Bay; BKLYN Gold by Lalezarian Development; The Brooklyner, residential/ retail by Clarett/Equity Residential; DKLB, 80/20 residential/retail by Forest City Ratner Companies; Toren, residential/retail by BFC Partners; 14 Townhomes (Phase 1) by Time Equities/Hamlin Ventures; Schermerhorn House/Common Ground, mixed income/ mixed use by Common Ground +Actors Fund/ Hamlin; as well as Two Trees Development's mixed-use project 194 Atlantic Avenue and the residential project 110 Livingston Street, which redeveloped the city's former Department of Education headquarters.
An open space at 400 Carroll Street in Gowanus, called the BKLYN Yard, was closed abruptly after the landlord terminated the lease of the promoter, MeanRed Productions, displacing a variety of events including the Sunday Best parties.