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June 10, 2016

Upcoming Public Meetings for North Brooklyn studies

Evergreen’s Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) Plan and Department of City Planning’s Industry + Innovation Plan are going to each be holding their second public meeting in the coming weeks. Both meetings will be held from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the St. Francis Auditorium at 200 Woodpoint Road, but on different dates.

 

Evergreen North Brooklyn BOA Plan Meeting on Thursday, June 23rd.

On Thursday, June 23rd, come join Evergreen for the second public meeting in our BOA planning process. At this meeting, we will share our findings on the existing conditions of the neighborhood, lessons we have learned from our business roundtables and other outreach, and a look at our vision for an areawide plan of the Industrial Business Zone. We will also share insights on best practices from case studies and present the preliminary approach we are taking to finding strategic sites for revitalization and development opportunities. We want your feedback, so please plan to attend. Food and drinks will be served. You can RSVP to Stephen Fabian at sfabian@evergreenexchange.org or 718-388-7287 x212. You can also find more information on our project website (which will be updated with the meeting materials later this month) http://evergreenexchange.org/projects/brownfield-plan

 

Dept. of City Planning North Brooklyn Industry + Innovation Plan on Thursday, June 16th

Please join the NYC Department of City Planning and fellow North Brooklyn business owners, workers, and residents for our second open house to discuss the North Brooklyn Industry and Innovation Plan! Hear what we have learned so far, including why so many businesses choose to do business in North Brooklyn, the most common challenges local businesses are facing today, and the importance of North Brooklyn to the New York City economy. We also will present a draft vision for the future that aims to create a better business environment for all, leverage the benefits of doing business in North Brooklyn & address the challenges, and improve quality of life for workers, residents, and other community members. Brief presentation at 6:30. Drop in any time! Food and drinks will be served. Workers, business owners, residents, and property owners are all encouraged to attend. For more information visit: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/north-brooklyn-vision-plan/north-brooklyn-vision-plan.page or email northbrooklynplan@planning.nyc.gov.