Spotlight on Dolce Brooklyn Artisanal Gelato

  Red Hook WiFi, a project of the Red Hook Initiative, has a YouTube channel featuring short videos of different businesses in Red Hook. We thought it would be nice to go through and share some of these on our blog spotlighting each business. We chose Dolce Brooklyn first because yesterday was 74 degrees and it’s […]

Thoughts Becoming Loud Exhibition Opening

On April 5th Grant Cutler’s interdisciplinary three-day exhibition Thoughts Becoming Loud opens at the Realty Collective Gallery, Compère Collective, in Red Hook, Brooklyn. In Thoughts Becoming Loud, Cutler explores the complexity of a moment through impressionistic multimedia works: an interactive portrait, a small-edition large-scale heavyweight magazine, and oversized prints. The collection centers on a digital […]

Brooklyn Eagle “Quirky Stuff” Article with Victoria Alexander

The Brooklyn Eagle posted an article entitled “Quirky Stuff: The German Soldier in the Red Hook Basement” yesterday and it features RC’s Victoria Alexander talking about a drawing of a German soldier scratched into the cement floor of her listing at 204 Van Dyke street. As some of you may already know, Victoria has a masters […]

Discover Red Hook – An Industrial Real Estate Workshop + Happy Hour on March 26th

Are you interested in moving, starting or expanding your business to Red Hook Brooklyn? The neighborhood’s maritime past has been updated with the building of the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal—U.S. home to the Queen Mary 2. Its Old warehouses now house artists and artisans. Trendy restaurants but abut industrial sites as the past and future converge. […]

Free Furniture and Other Household Items In Red Hook Today.

We have furniture, decor, and household items that we’ll be giving away today in Red Hook. For more info email sachia@realtycollective.com or stop by our office at 351 Van Brunt between 11 am-5pm. **Note that some of the items may already be spoken for by the time you read this since it’s first come first […]

Hope and Anchor becomes Copper Pot

We have news! The space at 347 Van Brunt Street in Red Hook, which was until very recently the beloved neighborhood spot Hope and Anchor, is undergoing changes already. The Copper Pot has signage up (which you can view blown up below) and are nearly ready to post a menu and welcome customers from the […]

Photos of the New Ample Hills Factory.

We wrote a blog about the Ample Hills factory and museum that very recently opened in Red Hook Brooklyn and promised you all pictures of our own when we got down there to visit. Well, here they are as promised! Our favorite part was the different scented oils they had. A nice interactive experience all […]

Ample Hills Ice Cream Factory & Museum in Red Hook Now Open.

Since opening it’s door in Prospect Heights 7 years ago, Ample Hills has expanded tremendously. They even have a shop in Downtown Disney. Last Thursday they opened their biggest space yet. A factory, to supply all of the ice cream and allow them to continue to grow rapidly, which is also a museum! Eater in […]

Visit Ship Amistad at PortSide New York Today!

Today until 5pm, with an hour long break between 1pm and 2pm, you can tour the Amistad for free at Pier 11 of the Atlantic Basin in Red Hook. The ship will be docked alongside PortSide New York’s Mary A. Whalen, which will also be available to tour presenting African American Maritime Heritage programming. This […]

Red Hook Fest This Weekend!

This is a big year for Dance Theater Etcetera, a non-profit in Red Hook Brooklyn who “unites artists and community members as co-creators in dynamic cultural activities”. It’s the 25th year that Red Hook Fest will be taking place. This time it’s on June 1st and 2nd, so make a note of that and come […]