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When the eagerly anticipated shopping and residential monolith, City Point, finally opens this spring, it will house one of the biggest food halls—the basement level Dekalb Market Hall—(35,000-square feet!) in all of NYC. And you have Brooklyn native, Anna Castellani, to thank for stocking the expansive space with truly home-grown eats. Rather than drawing from the same old crew of familiar market faces, she’s sought out vendors with borough-specific footprints, from Hard Times Sundaes...
Last week, a photographer and I met with the assistant leasing Manager of City Tower, the second of three residential towers belonging to City Point—the largest mixed-use development in all five boroughs—to take a look inside. The building is in the final stages of construction next to the Fulton Mall, in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. The City Point development as a whole includes 1.9 million square feet of new construction, including 1,290 residential units spread throughout...
Downtown Brooklyn sure is changing. New towers, new food markets, soup dumplings, and now the latest coming attraction: An Alamo Draft House, the original destination for eating, drinking (alcohol), and watching movies all at the same time, is about to join this Downtown party. Yesterday, Alamo Draft House announced its new seven-screen cinema as part of the colossal City Point development in Downtown Brooklyn. Movies, sandwiches, beers, and spirits—and an explicit "no talking, no texting" policy—will unleash themselves upon the...
Detailed plans for the third and final residential tower belonging to City Point—the 1.9 million square-foot commercial and residential development in Downtown Brooklyn (and home to Dekalb Market Hall)—were revealed by the building's developer, Extell, at a Community Board 2 land use committee meeting last night. While the first two towers (one 19 stories, the other 30 stories, with a combined 650 units) rest atop a five-story 675,000 square-foot commercial base, the Extell tower will stand apart from—i.e., way above—its neighbors, according to...