Thursday, April 9, 2015

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal Deal Cut; Vegie Pop-Up Dinners; and More Brooklyn Briefs

South Brooklyn Marine Terminal, courtesy NYCEDC
- Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration finally cut a deal with City Councilman Carlos Menchaca to develop the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Sunset Park. [WSJ]

- Packer purchases 100 Clinton St. in Brooklyn Heights, currently home to  doctors, for a pre-K and Kindergarten. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Brooklyn teen arrested in connection with causing subway explosions, as well as beating another kid with a metal pipe. [Gothamist]

- A plant-based pop-up dinner series begins in Brooklyn. [The Daily Meal]

- Great review of the Mapping Brooklyn exhibition in Hyperallergic.

- A Brooklyn bus driver is facing charges after police say he choked a passenger who tried to bring a dog in a bag on board. [NY1]

- Nokia Networks will be demonstrating a futuristic 5G network at a private telecom conference in Brooklyn this week. [LightReading]

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