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Parole Office Across from Whole Foods Will Serve Up to 400 Ex-Cons a Day

A new parole office is slated to open in January at 15 Second Ave., near Whole Foods.

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Gowanus Whole Foods Pulls Liquor License Application After CB6 Outcry

The grocery store at Third Avenue and Third Street had planned to serve hard alcohol at its rooftop bar.

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Whole Foods Knife-Sharpening Station Has Some Shoppers on Edge

Some worry the in-store blade sharpening station is dangerous, but store officials insist it's safe.

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Gowanus Loses Some of Its Gritty Edge with Opening of Whole Foods Grocery

The neighborhood where tire shops and auto repair dominated is now a gourmet food shopping destination.

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Brooklyn Whole Foods Partnering with Local Artists

The new store will display local art and host 'drink and draw' sessions on its rooftop.

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Locals Invited to Weigh In on Future of Gowanus Development

Elected officials are inviting residents to talk about how Gowanus should grow in coming years.

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Gowanus Whole Foods Caters to Foodies With Ramen Bar and Craft Beer

Yuji Ramen will sell its "mazemen" noodles at the Whole Foods opening on Third Street and Third Avenue.

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Brooklyn Whole Foods to Serve Local Beers in Rooftop Bar

The Whole Foods at Third Street and Third Avenue in Gowanus is expected to open by the end of the year.

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Whole Foods Hiring for First Brooklyn Store

Whole Foods is looking to fill about 300 positions at the store it's opening in Gowanus later this year.

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Gowanus Whole Foods Construction Halted After Three Workers Fell

Three men fell about 25 or 30 feet from a steel frame at the site, on Third Avenue and Third Street.

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Landmarked Building at Gowanus Whole Foods Site Up For Sale

The historic Coignet building is on the market, and could be rented to 'a bank or a Starbucks.'

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Whole Foods Working to Restore Landmark Gowanus Building

As Whole Foods builds a new store in Gowanus, it will also restore a neighborhood landmark.

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