Brooklyn

Read the latest updates on NYCEDC initiatives that impact Brooklyn.

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Raising a Glass to the Brooklyn Army Terminal’s Past

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During Prohibition, Brooklyn Army Terminal was used to house an army’s worth of confiscated liquor.

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As the Brooklyn Army Terminal Turns 100, Glimpsing the Future of Industry in NYC

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The industrial campus in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, celebrates the past 100 years and leads the way toward the future of industry in New York City.

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B&B Carousell Added to the National Register of Historic Places

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B&B Carousell added to the National Register of Historic Places

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Helping Brooklyn's Youth Build Strong, Sustainable Futures at Reconnect Bakery

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Last week, we joined Reconnect, a Brooklyn not-for-profit, to celebrate the success of Reconnect Bakery, its newest outpost in the city-owned and operated Moore Street Market.

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Progress at Bush Terminal Piers Park

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An update on the progress made thus far with Bush Terminal Piers Park and next steps that will be taken. Updated October 27, 2014.

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Marcy Plaza Ribbon-Cutting

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NYCEDC, in partnership with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, unveiled Marcy Plaza, a new mile-long streetscape improvement project in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood.

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Coney Island Flicks on the Beach Presents Men in Black III

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Join us on the beach for a screening of "Men in Black III". Flicks on the Beach is presented by Alliance for Coney Island, Rooftop Films and NYC & Co.

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Coney Island Fourthfest

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The Brooklyn Cyclones and the Alliance for Coney Island are teaming up to host an Independence Day celebration and fireworks show next Thursday, July 4 at MCU Park.

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Coney Island Flicks on the Beach

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Check out coneyislandfunguide.com for information on events happening all summer long.

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Coney Island Comeback

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The Coney Island community sustained enormous damage from Hurricane Sandy, but after months of diligent work, the businesses of America’s original amusement district will open this weekend for business.