Strengthen Lengthen Tone is Coming to Brooklyn by Joshua Silbert

There is a lot of expansion taking place for SLT (Strengthen Lengthen Tone), which will have a total of 14 studios in the coming months.  With locations in the New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia areas, they are making their way to Brooklyn as well by merging with Brooklyn Bodyburn studios within the next few months and opening a […]

Sakura Matsuri at Brooklyn Botanic Gardens

The Cherry Blossom Festival, or Sakura Matsuri, is coming to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens on April 29th.  Some are concerned about the unusually warm weather affecting the timing of this event.  Will the trees bloom too early for the festival? We can always follow the progress of the cherry blossoms on this BBG map.  It shows […]

A Day at Brooklyn Museum and Upcoming Exhibits.

We spent a lovely day at the Brooklyn Museum the other day and wanted to share some photos in the gallery below.  Beyond looking at their extensive collection of art and historical items, we enjoyed reveling at the immensity of the architecture and details of the interior.  It is a gorgeous building inside and out and […]

Meow Mixer Fundraiser Coming Soon.

Infinite Hope is an animal rescue that needs our help.  That’s why we’re sharing this information about their fundraising event, aptly named Meow Mixer.  This Party and silent auction will take place April 27th at 6:30pm.  Read more below and click here to buy tickets! Meow Mixer is a fun, social event to celebrate and […]

Events and Happenings this Weekend.

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend, getting up in the 70’s again on Sunday! Hurray! Spring is here and we are planning on taking full advantage and spending our days outside this weekend. Saturday is an important day for all of us resisting the current administration and all the craziness that comes with it. […]

RealTours: A Day in Windsor Terrace

Windsor Terrace is a quiet little neighborhood just south of South Slope.  It’s mostly residential with only main commercial street running down the center.  That’s Prospect Avenue.  On the very south end there is Ft. Hamilton Parkway, which has a few more cafes, which borders Kensington.  Here is a perfect Saturday in Windsor Terrace. Morning: […]

Brooklyn Collective’s Spring Preview.

Today’s warm temperatures are reminding us that the winter is definitely behind us! We have hung up our heavy coats in the back of the closet and are gratefully welcoming the Spring. After longing for a week like this, with highs in the 60’s and 70’s, we are eager to do some spring shopping. Time to see […]

Introducing RC’s Newest Agent, David Anger!

Realty Collective would like to introduce our newest agent. Meet David Anger, a Brooklyn native and lifelong New Yorker. Having lived and worked all across the borough, he not only has a comprehensive understanding of many different neighborhoods but also a deep connection and enthusiasm for these communities and the people within them. After pursuing his entrepreneurial […]

Calling on Artists for Red Hook Project.

The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency and Council Member Carlos Menchaca are accepting submissions from professional artists for a temporary art commission in Red Hook, Brooklyn.  The focus of this project is “climate change” and the deadline to apply has aptly been set for Earth day, April 22nd. […]

5th Annual Red Hook Prom is Announced!

We are so excited for the Red Hook Prom, the yearly dance party to benefit the Cora Dance Organization!  The date is set for May 6th at 7pm and we are told the event will be extended until midnight this year. We wanted to share this with our Red Hook friends and neighbors so you […]