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This Saturday, start out at The Williamsburg, hosting an Open House from 12-5, at 373 Wythe Avenue. Afterwards, head down to the Dumbo Arts Festival, a three day long art showcase throughout the Dumbo area. There will be exhibitions, performances, music and more, so check the schedule and map to catch it all.
On Sunday, drop by The Shelton for the Open House from 1-3 . Make sure to head over to the Atlantic Antic afterwards to ring in fall with this extensive street fair. There will be over 500 booths featuring local and specialty foods, shopping, pony rides and musical performances.
Uptown, Fort Tryon Park is hosting the 29th Annual Medieval Festival. Starting at 11:30, this all day fest transports guests back in time with music, dance performances, jugglers, food, arts and crafts, and a joust. Before you get too caught up in the festivities, stop in at Fieldston Lofts for an Open House from 12 – 1:30.
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This Saturday, the Williamsburg Film and Music fest will be hosting the Willifest Block Party starting at 10 AM featuring the Brooklyn Nets, music and food. Events will be held on Grand St between Roebling and Driggs. Afterwards, stop by The Williamsburg hosting an Open House from 12-5.
This Sunday, head over to The Shelton, with an Open House from 1-3 . Then get your reading glasses, pens and paper ready for The Brooklyn Book Festival. This literary fest starts at 10 AM at Borough Hall and features new authors, seminars, panels and all the books you can imagine. Make sure to plan out your agenda beforehand to get the most out of this jam packed literary day.
In Riverdale, catch the Riverdale Y Sunday Market from 9 – 2 at MS/HS 141 (Independence Avenue at West 237th Street). Featured items will be organic produce, eggs, baked goods and more. Make sure to drop by Fieldston Lofts afterwards for an Open House from 12 – 1:30.
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This Saturday, check out Taste Talks in Williamsburg. This weekend-long foodie festival kicks off Saturday morning with a pancake breakfast at Brooklyn Bowl and continues through with seminars and talks all day long by some culinary greats. Click here for the full schedule, and make sure to drop by the Open House at The Williamsburg from 12-5 in between sessions.
Sunday, 364 Union is hosting an Open House from 1-3. Come by to take a look at these gorgeous Carroll Gardens’ apartments and afterwards head down to the Flatbush Frolic. The 37th Annual Frolic takes place on Cortelyou Road and will feature music, food, arts and crafts and merchandise vendors. The fun goes from 11-6 so don’t miss out.
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Tokyo will be hosting the 2020 Olympic Games and in anticipation of the events, Arch Daily joins Zaha Hadid on a virtual tour of what the refurbished host stadium will look like. The original Japan National Stadium was built for the 1964 Olympics, and once the construction is complete will hold up to 80,000 fans. Click here for the full article and video tour.
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This Saturday, drop by the Open House at The Williamsburg from 12-5. For lunch, bolt over to Smorgasburg on the waterfront to sample some of the city’s best pop-up eateries.
Sunday, start out at The Shelton, hosting an Open House from 1-3 . Then, to kick off a relaxing Sunday afternoon, head over to Brooklyn Bridge Park for City Salutations: yoga, tai chi and African dance starting at 2 PM. This event will feature guided movement sessions and dj’s to keep you going. Make sure you RSVP, the first 1000 guests receive a free yoga mat.
In Riverdale, Fieldston Lofts is having an Open House on Sunday from 12-1:30. Afterwards, stop by the Bronx Ferragosto event on Arthur Avenue. This traditional celebration is held at the end of the harvest to recognize all the hard work done during the season. This year’s festival features local music, food and entertainment highlighting Italian culture. The festivities go from 12-6, so make sure to catch it.
Our new development at 364 Union Street was featured on Multi-Housing News. Along with descriptions of the apartments and neighborhood highlights, Stephen Kliegerman, President of HPDM, was quoted in the article, saying, ” Demand for three-bedroom residences in Carroll Gardens is at an all-time high, and we have already received a significant number of inquiries about the property. We look forward to a swift completion of sales.” Click here for the full article.