NYC School Overcrowding and How Parents Can Help.

New York City has changed so much over the years.  Crime rates have plummeted and luxury developments have been popping up like wildfire as the population continues to grow.  The amount of families that are deciding to stay in the city rather than moving out to the suburbs of New Jersey, Westchester or Long Island […]

Corporate Giant’s Possible Move to Sunset Park.

You may have heard that the waterfront of Sunset Park is one of the possible locations that bohemoth company, Amazon, may be opening their second headquarters.  Over the last several years we have seen Sunset Park grow.  With the addition of Industry City as well as new luxury residential developments, Sunset Park has been on our […]

World Maker Faire is Coming Soon.

One of our favorite events is coming to town September 23rd and 24th at the New York Hall of Science in Queens.  It’s the World Maker Faire! September seems to be the month for innovations seeing as Brooklyn hosted the Worlds Fair Nano featuring new tech designs over the weekend.  Its a lovely event to […]

Virtual Reality in Brooklyn.

Anyone in the tech industry or interested in tech know that VR/AR, virtual reality/augmented reality, is developing and improving very quickly.  The future is here! This weekend, September 16th and 17th, VR will be the highlight at the the Worlds Fair Nano being held at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. So, aside from hosting […]

Forgotten NY Tour of Sunset Park Sunday.

Sunset Park is a neighborhood in Brooklyn that has quite a buzz behind it right now.  It’s still relatively affordable and many have claimed that it’s going to be the next Williamsburg.  It’s definitely been marked as one of the up-and-coming hoods of this already very hip borough. It also has a very rich history. […]

Photoville Opens Today!

The expansive and one-of-a-kind photography exhibit, Photoville, begins today at 4pm in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza.  They could not have asked for better weather for this event.  Peruse dozens of shipping containers through this Sunday or again next weekend until September 24th.  More info from their website is below. Photoville, an immersive photographic village of 55+ shipping […]

Prospect Park Alliance Harvest Festival

Did you know that we are celebrating Prospect Park’s 150th anniversary this year? We are so lucky to have this sprawling gorgeous park as Brooklyn’s backyard.  Coming up is just one of the many events that the Prospect Park Alliance hosts, the Harvest Festival.  It’s time to start having Autumn fun! Sunday, September 24th from […]

RealTours: A Day in South Slope

Park Slope is a sprawling neighborhood and years ago people began calling the south end of the area, which could also have been considered Greenwood Heights, South Slope.  It a bit quieter than the north end and a bit more affordable.  It is just as gorgeous, though, with brownstones and tree-lined streets. Here is our […]

It’s Time for the Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival! by Sandra Manley

Looking for some Fall fun? The Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival has been scheduled for Saturday, September 16th from 12pm to 5pm, The festival will feature plenty of food, live music, and arts and crafts. It will run along Columbia Street (from Degraw to Union) and Union Street (from Columbia to Hicks). The Southwest Brooklyn Fall Festival attracts more than 2,500 people from all over […]

Sunset Park Library Meeting Next Week.

A brand new library is coming to Sunset Park with the help of the Fifth Avenue Committee and Brooklyn Public Library. The project will not only redevelop the community space in the ever-growing neighborhood of Sunset Park but will also include affordable housing. This is an extremely innovative idea and there will be a meeting […]