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Garment District »

Eighty-eight percent of the 157 factory owners surveyed said leaving the area was "not an option."

East Williamsburg »

They want to attract working-class businesses, not those who "just moved to Brooklyn like an hour ago."

Gowanus »

Industrial businesses are invited to meet with city planners Wednesday about a possible rezoning.

Gowanus »

The building will house 30,000 square feet of light industrial space, the architect said.

Sunset Park »

The city expects to host 10 companies in the 55,000 square-foot Brooklyn Army Terminal building.

Williamsburg »

A rezoning of a 14-block radius around the building at 25 Kent didn't get the support of City Planning.

Sunset Park »

The company will downsize its space in Industry City and lay off multiple workers, a spokesman said.

Williamsburg »

Property tax from 25 Kent Ave. should be used to finance Bushwick Inlet Park, said BP Eric Adams.

Williamsburg »

Brooklyn Brewery is looking at the Navy Yard and Industry City as potential new homes.

Williamsburg »

A 480,000 building with office, manufacturing and commercial space is planned for 25 Kent Ave.

Union Square »

The rebar pierced his stomach after he fell at West 17th Street near Union Square, witnesses said.

Fort Greene »

Cumberland Packing, which packages Sweet'N Low, will stop manufacturing at its Fort Greene headquarters.

West Village »

Some are against the building entirely, and the community board is pushing for affordable condos.

Sunset Park »

Its new 170,000 square-foot factory will allow it to double its production capacity, officials said.

Sunset Park »

Soon there will be six chocolate factories in the two neighborhoods.