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🌱 Brooklyn real estate brokers + new theater in Gowanus

ByWillie M. Evans

Apr 5, 2022

Hey, Brooklyn Heights-DUMBO! Let’s kick off this Wednesday with everything you need to know about what’s happening today in Brooklyn Heights-DUMBO.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Sometimes rain in the morning. High: 52 Low: 45.


Here are the top three stories in Brooklyn Heights-DUMBO today:

  1. Meet Jim Cornell and Leslie Marshall, arguably one of the most successful real estate duos in the Brooklyn luxury market, with extensive experience closing sales in the Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO areas, as well as other parts of Brownstone Brooklyn. They come to the profession with unusual backgrounds – as a former public defender and technical writer respectively. (RisMedia.com)
  2. Affordable Housing Lottery launched for 185 units at 90 Sands Street in DUMBO–the former location of a Jehovah’s Witness hotel. (New YorkYIMBY)
  3. A new theater in Gowanus, Super Secret Arts, has just opened with an innovative new model. Take inspiration from streaming services, rather than buying tickets for a specific show, customers buy a $25 monthly pass that gives them access to the entire catalog of shows. (Brooklyn Paper)

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Today in Brooklyn Heights-DUMBO:

  • Community Council 2 Health, Environment and Social Services Committee monthly meeting, online via Zoom (6 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • The Gowanus Caring Network is back and looking for volunteers to bring fresh food to NYCHA residents. (Twitter)
  • Here is the link to apply for affordable housing at DUMBO. (Twitter)
  • Animal Care Centers of NYC is hosting a mobile adoption pop-up event this Sunday in Brooklyn Bridge Park. (Parents of the Brooklyn Bridge)

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Events:

  • Please donate %k AF$! (A comedy show to benefit WIN “Women In Need”) (April 7)
  • Greene Hill College Virtual Tour (April 8)
  • Live music with The Hell Or High Water Band (April 8)
  • Open House April 9 for BASIS Independent Brooklyn Lower School (April 9)
  • We refuse to let the United States Supreme Court deny the humanity of women and decimate their rights! (April 9)
  • The Quaking of America Book Signing Event (April 12)
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You are now in the loop and ready to start this Wednesday on the right foot! I’ll be back in your inbox tomorrow morning with another update.

Dashiell Allen