Name: Allie Epstein Location: East Williamsburg/Bushwick — Brooklyn, NYC Size: 800 square feet Years lived in: 4 and a half years, renting Allie recently acquired a modern mobile, which hangs above the dining area in her studio apartment. Show More Summary
Hannah Goldfield writes about the Threesome Tollbooth, an East Williamsburg bar run by N. D. Austin and Jesse Sheidlower that only accommodates two patrons at a time.
A cyclist hit by a dump truck driver in East Williamsburg was hospitalized with critical injuries yesterday afternoon, and the driver was later arrested, according to a report from the scene. [ more › ]
A parking lot at the NYCHA-run Cooper Park Houses in East Williamsburg will be razed and developed into a mix of 250 market rate and below-market rate apartments, City Hall announced Monday. [ more › ]
The New York City Housing Authority plans to allow a developer to build 250 apartments on a parking lot at the Cooper Park Houses development in East Williamsburg, according to a report in The Wall... To view the full story, click the title link.
Hudson Cos. is betting that Brooklyn creatives have had enough of industrial vibes. The company is modeling its new East Williamsburg office property after the bright-color workspaces popular with... To view the full story, click the title link.
The third annual Grand Street Restaurant Week returns for a summer edition beginning the week of August 21st. The event, which highlights the diverse stretch of Grand Street east of the BQE in Williamsburg, includes Mexican, Indian, Middle Eastern, Italian and Russian cuisines, among others. [ more › ]
Completing its transformation from indie kid scene neighborhood to Meatpacking East, Williamsburg has a real life reality celeb back and forth scandal on its hands, as Kendall Jenner claims she did tip at Baby's All Right. I'm tired. Are you tired? Let's all take a nap. [ more › ]
Usher in autumn and the return of sweater weather with a big taco and tequila party taking place in Williamsburg on September 23rd and 24th, days two and three of the new season. The Tipsy Taco Fest promises tasty tacos from a dozenShow More Summary
Police are searching for four suspects who allegedly impersonated immigration officers in order to rob a man in East Williamsburg earlier this month. [ more › ]
Kid #1, bouncing basketball on the sidewalk: Jesus was like: “Go back to earth and suffer… Or your ass is going to hell.” Kid #2: Yeah… –Bushwick Ave & Meserole St, East Williamsburg Republished by Blog Post Promoter
East Williamsburg's Win Son hosts Stephen Collucci and Adrienne Gagnier Monday evening for Everyday's a Sundae in Brooklyn, an unlimited ice cream sandwiches extravaganza. The Taiwanese-inspired flavors include Red Bean Ice Cream Sandwich...Show More Summary
An 80,000 square foot entertainment paradise featuring three unique components has materialized just off the Morgan stop in East Williamsburg. Called Avant Gardner, it takes up a full city block, with a 6,000-person capacity, and it's filled with thousands of plants and palm trees. Show More Summary
Public Kitchen opens on the Lower East Side, a Brooklyn outpost of Egg Shop opens in Williamsburg, and other restaurant news.
The agencies have to plan to move about 225,000 L train riders cross the East River each day.
Unsourced video circulating online appears to affirm the NYPD's account of a crash early Monday morning in East Williamsburg that left a cyclist hospitalized. [ more › ]
An NYPD officer crashed a police SUV into a cyclist in East Williamsburg early Monday morning, according to the authorities. [ more › ]
Northside Festival takes place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, across several venues including the brand new William Vale Hotel overlooking the East River, where happy hours and activations will take place. [ more › ]
On Friday and Saturday evening, East Williamsburg's The Well will be transformed into Beer Mansion, a beer playground organized by Brooklyn Brewery where each room of the venue is themed to different categories of beer. Explore the "Tart...Show More Summary
At a small restaurant in East Williamsburg, the usual Middle Eastern dishes turn intense: brighter, earthier, smokier, creamier.