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How the Brooklyn Army Terminal is Leading Modern Industry in NYC

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When the Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) was first built in 1918, the US was nearing the end of WWI and needed a facility to ship soldiers and supplies from the East Coast to Europe. But architect Cass Gilbert, who designed New York’s famous Woolworth Building and the US Supreme Court Building, wasn’t just thinking about the war—he was thinking about the future. By designing BAT with open, versatile spaces, he enabled it to become much more than an army base.

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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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Inside House of Juice's New Brooklyn Storefront

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House of Juice is a graduate of MGB Pops, and recently launched its first storefront space in Prospect Lefferts Gardens! We spoke with owner Danii Oliver about the business's next steps.

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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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Food Manufacturing in Brooklyn

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Manufacturing in Brooklyn is booming. Inspired by Brooklyn Eats and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, we've mapped out Brooklyn's food manufacturing scene for you.

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Entrepreneurship Lab Applications Open

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Entrepreneurship Lab is a prestigious 6-month training and coaching program to support graduate students of science, post-docs, early-career researchers and engineers interested in forming new biotech and health tech ventures.

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Rebirth of Loew's Kings Theatre

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The Loew’s Kings Theatre originally opened in 1929, and after years in disrepair, it is on its way to once again becoming one of the most beautiful entertainment spaces in New York City. Get an inside look at progress shots showing the rehabilitation work currently underway.

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Expanded, Free Red Hook Summer Ferry to Launch Memorial Day Weekend

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An additional free ferry will run every weekend this summer! The new stop at Van Brunt Street will connect riders to Red Hook businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy.

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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.

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10th Annual OHNY Weekend Featuring Brooklyn Army Terminal

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This weekend is openhousenewyork, which offers unprecedented access to New York City’s great wealth of architecture, design, history and culture. As you plan your weekend, be sure to add Brooklyn Army Terminal to your openhousenewyork itinerary.