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The finally-opened Crown Heights beer and food hall Berg'n is getting some company starting in November. When the weather gets too chilly for the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgaburg's outdoor locations, they'll be moving into the 140,000 square foot space at 1000 Dean Street, just next to Berg'n. The market's owners confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that the big move was happening, though they had hinted that it was in the works previously. Because the...
Dean Street in Crown Heights is turning out to be a veritable fertile crescent of post-industrial art/beer/food/live/work spaces, foremost among them 1000 Dean, the 150,000-square-foot former Studebaker Service Station reopened in April as an enormous beer garden, food court, office building, and events space. On the same block, between Franklin and Classon Avenues, a proposal to convert a warehouse at 964 Dean into a thirteen-unit residential building was voted down by Brooklyn Community Board 8...
For a few years now, Crown Heights has experienced the same influx of new residents—primarily white artists, young professionals, families, and entrepreneurs seeking affordability—that previously "transformed" Williamsburg, Fort Greene, and Park Slope. So it wasn't all that surprising when, two years ago, Brownstoner publisher (and Brooklyn Flea co-owner) Jonathan Butler, along with the developer BFC and Goldman Sachs' Urban Investment Group, purchased, for $11 million, the former Studebaker Service Station on Dean Street, a mammoth...
No. 2 Crown Heights Goes Commercial 1000 Dean Gets The Brooklyn Flea (and a Beer Hall) The days of schlepping to work in DUMBO—or worse, Midtown—may soon be over, thanks to the latest project from Jonathan Butler, founder of Brownstoner and the Brooklyn Flea. The long-awaited commercial offices at 1000 Dean Street (formerly the Studebaker Service Station) have been in the works since 2012, and now the four-story 1920s industrial building has been renovated into the kind...

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