Atlantic Avenue Artwalk 2022 | June 18 - 26

Atlantic Avenue Artwalk 2022 | June 18 - 26

Back by popular demand, “Arts Gowanus ArtWalk on Atlantic Ave” is set to return the weekend of June 18th and run for two weekends until June 26th. The 1.5-mile self-guided ArtWalk through Brooklyn neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, and Cobble Hill will include the works of local artists such as paintings, photography, drawings, sculpture, and large installations. Over 100 artists will display their works in over 60 local businesses’ storefronts, windows, roll down gates, doors, and open galleries. Attendees are encouraged to walk from Fourth Avenue down to the Waterfront to enjoy art, stop for lunch and rediscover the businesses on Atlantic Avenue and the triumphant return of New York City life.

 

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Open Showroom Tour

Open Showroom Tour

To our friends, We invite you to join us for a breakfast event. The morning of Wednesday, May 11th from 10 am - 12 noon A self-guided visit to 6 showrooms along Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn's new Design District. Assembly Line | @assemblylineshop Collier West | @collierwest Humble House | @humblehousebrooklyn...

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Featured in : 6sqft

Featured in : 6sqft

6sqft - The 30+ best neighborhood shops in NYC for finding the perfect gift
posted on Fri, December 10, 2021, by MICHELLE COHEN

When NYC design-world treasure Michele Varian moved her shop from Soho to a mint-hued storefront on Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, the move made sense: The neighborhood, which is something of a design destination, welcomed her with open arms. Expect to find a perfectly curated trove of unforgettable housewares, ceramics, furniture, and jewelry. (Get a peek inside Michele’s Soho loft here).

See full list of 6sqft 30+ Best Neighborhood shops HERE.

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Featured In : The Zoe Report

Featured In : The Zoe Report

There are practically endless opportunities for holiday shopping in New York City. But if you’re looking to do some good with your dollar this season, consider skipping the big-box stores for some local home goods stores in NYC instead. Not only is it a way to help the local economy in general, it can also contribute to the recovery of small businesses and their owners who have endured a challenging couple of years.

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