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Brooklyn Flea in East River State Park

Brooklyn Flea to abandon East River State Park spot

The Brooklyn Flea is abandoning its East River State Park locale amid complaints from locals that the market consumed too...

Brooklyn Flea to abandon East River State Park spot
From left: Eric Demby and 174-192 7th Avenue

Brooklyn Flea inks two-year deal for Park Slope space

The Brooklyn Flea kicked off in its new Park Slope location this weekend, uprooting a neighborhood market that operated...

Brooklyn Flea inks two-year deal for Park Slope space
Brooklyn Flea snags indoor digs at 185 Wythe

Brooklyn Flea snags indoor digs at 185 Wythe

The Brooklyn Flea is heading indoors for the year’s colder months, having signed a four-month lease for a 47,000-square-foot...

Brooklyn Flea snags indoor digs at 185 Wythe
Smorgasburg’s likely return angers Williamsburg parents

Smorgasburg’s likely return angers Williamsburg parents

Smorgasburg, the hipster food stall hangout founded by developer and blog entrepreneur Jonathan Butler, is on the brink of...

Smorgasburg’s likely return angers Williamsburg parents
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1000 Dean Street snags first office tenants

Brownstoner.com and Brooklyn Flea founder Jonathan Butler’s 1000 Dean Street project has its first six leases out for commercial tenants, the first of whom will move in this winter. The 140,000-square-foot building was once a...

1000 Dean Street snags first office tenants
UES townhouse asks $18.5M, Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain an MSG joint … and more

UES townhouse asks $18.5M, Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain an MSG joint … and more

1. Six-story UES townhouse back on the market for $18.5 million 2. Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain a Madison Square...

UES townhouse asks $18.5M, Spike Lee wants 2 Penn Plaza to remain an MSG joint … and more
Jonathan Butler and the East River State Park

Williamsburg parents rail against Brooklyn Flea’s arrival

Much to the consternation of area families, the New York State Department of Parks and Preservation has cut free...

Williamsburg parents rail against Brooklyn Flea’s arrival
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NYC developers use vacant lots for “neighborhood building”

From left: Douglaston Development Chairman Jeffrey Levine (top), Patricia Dunphy, senior vice president of Rockrose Development (bottom left), the...

NYC developers use vacant lots for “neighborhood building”
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