Greenpoint This Week: Gallagher Campaign Launch, Williamsburg Corporate Retail, Newtown Creek Mural, and More!
If you’re up for a “clean cruise” tonight an electric vessel will provide views of the new mural on Newtown Creek. And if you’re celebrating Rosh Hashana, the Chabad of North Brooklyn will host a holiday feast on the waterfront on Sunday.
For more weekend fun, check out what’s happening, and in the meantime catch up on this week’s headlines from around the neighborhood:
The Upper West Side-ification of Williamsburg’s retail space has accelerated. (Bedford & Bowery)
The latest L train suspension affects overnight service. (Greenpointers)
Greenpoint-based artist Piotr Uklanski “appropriates with a wink.” (NY Times)
$9,000 per month rents you a four-bedroom in Greenpoint townhouse. (Curbed)
A local package-free startup raised $4.5 million. (Tech Crunch)
LinkNYC kiosks were transformed into Teletubbies by an anonymous artist on Berry Street and Wythe Avenue. (Hyperallergic)
A skateboarder in Williamsburg was sent flying into the air after getting by a car. (NY Post)
Former Gov. Spitzer dishes on his 420 Kent luxury development. (YIMBY)