Brooklyn rockers — especially those in Gowanus — are hoping
to feel a little more of the
to move from its Tribeca location at
occupied by the Luna Lounge.
Arts Space recently moved from
North Sixth Street
gentrification moves south further into
because commercial rents are still relatively manageable.
affiliated with Park Slope’s Union Hall, at
and Littlefield, to open in November at
[Gowanus is] incredibly reasonable,” says Scott Koshnoodi, one of the
owners of Littlefield, although rents are creeping up. He said that he hopes to
create a community for residents of Park Slope and
entertainment. In addition to showcasing
live music, Koshnoodi plans to display artwork and screen independent films on
Productions, will close in early October for the season, although it is
expected to return next summer.