Catch up on what happened during the week that was with this handy round-up.
Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.
The lofts at 57 Jay St. were recently bought by developer brothers Graham and Gregory Jones.
A civil court judge momentarily stopped Subway Inn's eviction, initially planned for Aug. 20.
Borough President Eric Adams shared his vision for rezoning Crown Heights at a community meeting Friday.
A Friday night forum on rezoning in Crown Heights was moved to 836 Franklin Ave.
The Brooklyn Heights Cinema is being forced to leave its current venue by the building's new owner.
The bookstore recently dismissed five employees for voting in favor of joining a union.
BKLYN Air is a 40-story tower with an outdoor heated swimming pool, located on Gold Street.
Owner Manuel Diaz said the cost for the space has doubled in the past five years.
Brokers are marketing the 391-square-foot space for $16,000 a month.
Snack Dragon will close its 100-square-foot Third Street spot after the landlord wanted $3,900 a month.
There are several developments and projects taking shape near BAM.
The owner of Dandy Espresso said that struggles with finances and his landlord led the shop to close.
The famous Italian pizza chain will open its first Brooklyn location at 450 Dean St., its owners said.
Get our daily New York City news and alerts!
Thank you for signing up!
Would you like to sign up for additional newsletters?
Thank you for signing up for additional newsletters.