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Amazing 2017 New Year’s Eve Events No Matter Your Budget

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After a universally rough 2016, there is a lot of pressure to enjoy these holidays, and no holiday is more “New York” than New Year’s Eve. After all, we’ve got Times Square and our famous ball drop. Whether you want the full When Harry Met Sally New Year’s Eve experience—complete with dancing, confetti and a romantic… Read More

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Where To Buy a Christmas Tree in Brooklyn

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With the holidays fast approaching, Christmas tree vendors are popping up all over. If you don’t want to go all the way to the city to to buy a tree, here is a list of where you can find a tree in Brooklyn. Greenpoint: McGolrick Trees (Nassau and North Henry Street) Greg’s Trees (557 Manhattan… Read More

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Santa Panza: Wood-Fired Pizzeria in Bushwick!

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If you live by the J train Kosciusko Avenue stop, good news! Now there is a wood-fired pizzeria right by you! Pietro Hebel, Giovanni Gelfini and Clement Chabernaud are the owners of Santa Panza, a wood-fired pizzeria on the Bushwick, Bed-Stuy Border. This cozy pizzeria is located at 1079 Broadway Avenue. People familiar to the… Read More

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Neighborhood Dining Additions You Can’t Miss

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MySpace NYC, known for its mighty rental program throughout Brooklyn, also has its taste buds tuned into your favorite neighborhoods.  See below for some Neighborhood Dining Additions rented by the MySpace Retail Team to sample this fall. BEDFORD STUYVESANT Captain Dan’s Good Time Tavern 497 Greene Avenue – The team that brought Bushwick’s favorite anchored… Read More

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Furnishing Your New Apartment – On a Budget!

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You’ve done it! You finally signed the lease to your dream apartment in Brooklyn, and now it’s time to make your space more hospitable. There’s just one thing holding you back…. your budget. You just paid first, last and security and now you’re on a tight budget until your next few paychecks. You may not… Read More

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Checker Cabs Ride on NYC, and Even Better, You Can Rent Them

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If you spent any time in Greenpoint, you’ll be able to see yellow vintage cabs (those famous movie one like Taxi Driver and Taxi) outside the Henry Norman and Box House hotels. According to Mark Briggs, a resident of the neighborhood and renter of these cabs, “Greenpoint is basically the Checker capital of New York… Read More

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Fine Dining comes to Prospect Lefferts

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Prospect Lefferts Gets Some Much Needed Fine Dining Courtesy of Myspace NYC. Prospect Lefferts Garden (PLG) has become Brooklyn’s hottest neighborhood in the last year and this trend shows no sign of slowing down. Traditionally a residential neighborhood in the Flatbush area, this community is bounded by Empire Boulevard (formerly Malbone Street) to the north,… Read More

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Confirmed: No L Train for 18 Months

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It’s official, there will be no L trains between Brooklyn and Manhattan for a year-and-a-half, starting January, 2019. The MTA presented two painful options for the necessary repair of the L train after Superstorm Sandy. After months and months of debating, a final decision has been reached. The chosen plan, has a bigger disruption, but… Read More

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Seagate: The Next Up & Coming Brooklyn Neighborhood

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With various new developments on Surf Avenue, there is an increased interest in the private residential community of Seagate. One of the main reasons for this recent interest, is a new development by developer John Catsimatidis on Coney Island’s Waterfront called “The Coney Island Towers”. Catsimatidis’ new project is a big “sign that Coney’s stock… Read More

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Brooklyn Woman Bakes Herself A New Life

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In a plot similar to the hit Broadway musical “Waitress,” a Brooklyn woman baked herself a new life. “Waitress,” now playing on Broadway,  centers around Jenna, the show’s heroine,  who used baking to escape from the real world and her bad marriage. Our real world version is Meghan Daly of Park Slope. Fed up with… Read More

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All The Murals At Coney Art Walls Are Now Completed

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As promised by co-curators Jeffrey Deitch and Thor Equities CEO Joseph Sitt, all of the 21 new murals at the open-air gallery Coney Art Walls were completed in time for the Mermaid Parade over the weekend.Many of the freshest pieces only just went up. Among those are works by Stephen ESPO Powers, Gaia, D*Face, Jessica Diamond, London… Read More

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Happy NATIONAL DONUT DAY Brooklyn!

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It’s finally here! It’s June 3rd and it’s National Doughnut (Donut) Day! Here’s a roundup of where you can grab yourself a delicious circular treat: DUNKIN’ DONUTS: So very many locations. Get a free doughnut with the purchase of a drink. With over 25 locations in Brooklyn alone, you sure to have one by you. DUN-WELL DOUGHNUTS:… Read More

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Streetscape of Central Ave Changes One Church & Chile Pepper Factory At A Time

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As L train anxiety sweeps North Brooklyn, hospitality groups and retailers have turned their attention to the booming South Side of Bushwick. The Central Avenue Corridor is benefiting from its JMZ proximity and the influx of residential and office tenants entering the area via Savannah Capital’s 95 Evergreen, the 364 Unit Rheingold Development Site, and Cayuga… Read More

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Streetcars in Brooklyn? HOW RETRO.

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First there was the horsecar. Yes, the first urban light rail system was simply a relatively small, boxy car pulled by horses over rails imbedded into the street and, in 1832, it was the only way to get around in mass-transit style. As the industrial revolution took hold, new technologies became available and by the… Read More

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Our Newest Client: Fritzl’s Lunchbox

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MySpace NYC, the commercial team who has brought you Bushwick favorite eateries/bars: Maite, Le Garage, The Wheelhouse, Alphaville, June Bar, Pitanga Juice, Foster’s Sundry and Bushwick Bakery is pleased to have been chosen to help Dan Ross-Leutwyler’s Fritzl’s Lunchbox find a new operator.  While we are sad to see Dan move on to other things, we… Read More

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Happy Pi Day: The Best Pies in Brooklyn

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In honor of Pi Day, we are sharing our “infinite” wisdom of pie shops in Brooklyn. Whether you’re looking for sweet or savory, this is the place to pick your pie! Here are some of our favorites: Pies N’ Thighs 166 S. 4th St. Williamsburg Blue Stove Bakery 415 Graham Ave. East Williamsburg Pie Corps… Read More

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2015 CoStar Power Broker Award: Shawn Mullahy of MySpace NYC

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MySpace NYC congratulates our managing partner, Shawn Mullahy, on winning the 2015 CoStar Power Broker Award as a Top Retail Leasing Broker! Each year, CoStar’s research team tracks commercial real estate transactions to select the brokers with the highest commercial rentals in the country. We are proud that Shawn has achieved the highest levels of… Read More

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My Brooklyn Valentine

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Whether you’re celebrating with your significant other or bashing the holiday with close friends, Brooklyn’s restaurants are offering delicious prix fixe dinners on Valentine’s Day. Treat yourself!   Williamsburg: Baci Abbracci : Three-course meal at $70 per person Fada Bistro : Four-course menu at $60 per person Rye : Three-course prix fixe at $80 per… Read More

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New Year, New Space: Weekly Open Houses

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It’s only a month into 2016, but the year is already flying by! Many New Years’ resolutions have fallen through the cracks, but there’s one resolution that you can easily stick to: finding a better Brooklyn apartment. Treat yourself to an upgrade with laundry in unit, a dishwasher and a roof deck – you deserve it!… Read More

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Happy Birthday, Little Choc Apothecary!

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This week marks one year since Little Choc Apothecary opened its doors on Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg. Already one of our favorite places in the neighborhood, this cafe offers the healthiest of choices – it’s perfect for sticking to new years’ resolutions to get in shape! In honor of its anniversary, we sat down with… Read More

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Exploring Local Businesses Along Greenpoint Avenue

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With an intriguing mix of old and new businesses, you’ll find that Greenpoint is a neighborhood that holds strong to its roots. Nestled between the East River and Newton Creek, you’ll have a postcard view of the Manhattan skyline, with access to McCarren, McGorlick and Transmitter Park. One of our favorite areas is strolling down… Read More

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The History of How Brooklyn Neighborhoods Got Their Names

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We love Brooklyn! The borough’s history began with six small Dutch towns, that came together to later be known as New York’s most populous area. Have you ever wondered how Brooklyn neighborhoods got their names? Some areas have retained the old town names that were given by early Dutch settlers—Brooklyn, for example, is the anglicized form of the… Read More

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New Year, New You – Check Out These Brooklyn Yoga Studios

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Determined to get more exercise in the new year? You could  go the gym, but instead of an hour on the treadmill, why not check out one of these great Brooklyn yoga studios? Maybe you’re just getting started with yoga, or maybe you’re a seasoned  yogi, but whatever your practice level, one of these five spots… Read More

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Bunna Cafe: An Interview with Sam Saverance

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If you’ve ever visited Bunna Cafe in Bushwick, you know it’s an impeccable blend of healthy cuisine and serious comfort food. It’s perfect for warming up during the cold winter months. The staff and customers are some of the friendliest in the neighborhood and their live events keep us dancing. Located on Flushing near Knickerbocker,… Read More

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