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David Belt is a cofounder of New Lab, a making space, workshop, and co-working space in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A New York-based international real estate developer, he is also the Founder and Managing Principal of Macro Sea and DBI. Over the past twenty-five years, Belt has developed a diverse range of projects that vary widely in size, scope and location; he has executed over $1 billion in private and institutional development projects worldwide. How...
I went to the Navy Yard looking for an artist community and couldn’t find one—at least not the way I normally think of a community. Sure, there are artists, but they’re not all sitting around talking about abstract expressionism and plotting the next big trend that’s going to take the art world by storm. They’re alone, working—sometimes spending eight or ten hours without interacting with another human. From outside, you wouldn’t know where to...
Ever wondered how you could support ethical, sustainable businesses? Welcome to a new regular series highlighting products, services and organizations that are ‘doing well by doing good’. Icestone is a B Corp located in the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard who specialize in creating supercool countertops made out of recycled materials. For New York builders and designers, as well as home renovators looking to support local and sustainable manufacturers, it’s well worth checking out. Part of...
Samui is nestled inside of a bright rainbow façade on an otherwise grey and quiet block, and the inside doesn’t disappoint: housed within the walls of exposed brick and 15-foot-high ceilings is something truly special. As part of the massive Brooklyn Navy Yard area redevelopment, what was once a run-down garage has become a restaurant outfitted with custom chandeliers, undulating aqua banquettes, a bar created by artisans who work some amazing visual magic with glass of...

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