GREENPOINT — The owners of the shuttered Brooklyn Night Bazaar — the sprawling market, music venue, beer hall and food court — are hoping to reopen it on Greenpoint Avenue, according to papers filed with the local community board this week.
Owner Aaron Broudo hopes to secure a liquor license for the Polonaise Terrace building at 144 Greenpoint Ave. that was once a Polish catering hall but has been empty since 2013.
The 660 person, three-story venue would have stages, a vending area, ping pong tables, mini golf, a video arcade and a karaoke bar, the application said.
The venue would be open from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. during the week and from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. on the weekends.
"All past Brooklyn Bazaar venues...have been embraced by the community as a cultural destination," according to Broudo's paperwork.
The Brooklyn Night Bazaar closed last May when the venue lost its short-term lease to a BMW dealer who took over the 24,000 square foot space it had been using at 165 Banker St. It had been at that location since it opened in November 2013.
The owners also run concessions at Jacob Riis Park in the Rockaways during the summer months.
Community Board 1, which has an advisory role in granting liquor licenses, will make recommendations at its next meeting on March 8.
Broudo didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.