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Bushwick's DIY Haven Palisades Closed for Good

By  Gwynne Hogan and William Mathis | August 5, 2016 1:00pm | Updated on August 8, 2016 8:50am

 A for rent sign went up at the beloved DIY venue Palisades this week.
A for rent sign went up at the beloved DIY venue Palisades this week.
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BUSHWICK — A neighborhood DIY venue know as a grungy haunt for whacky local bands and touring acts has closed its doors for good.

A "For Rent" sign went up on the walls of Palisades located at 609 Broadway, Thump reported.

Though Palisades opened in 2014, it quickly worked its way into the hearts of local music fanatics.

Fans took to Twitter to lament the venue's closure.

Palisades had been shut down by the Department of Buildings on June 11 during Northside Festival.

After vacating the space during a Friday night show, the DOB issued a partial vacate order citing safety concerns because the venue didn't have an automatic sprinkler system or a second exit, according to city records.

Following its June closure, the venue didn't return requests for comment. Then early Friday morning they posted a cryptic tweet.

An email inquiry to the venue bounced back.

"Attention! This email address is no longer active!" the email read. And owners didn't return a further request for comment on Twitter.

Palisades now joins the ranks of shuttered North Brooklyn venues like Death By Audio, The Acheron and Spike Hill. 

However, it's not all doom and gloom.

The Market Hotel which got shut down in 2010, reopened on the corner of Myrtle and Broadway earlier this year.

And the owners of the former Glasslands, a venue that got pushed out by Vice, are slated to open Elsewhere, a new venue in East Williamsburg this fall.