Rockrose proposing park space at Dutch Kills Street and Jackson Avenue

The Purves Street Block Association Meeting will be meeting on Tuesday July 1 from 6-7 p.m. at the SculptureCenter at 44-19 Purves Street. One of the key pieces on the agenda will be a proposal by Rockrose for park space at Dutch Kills Street and Jackson Avenue. The other part of the agenda will discuss […]
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Rockrose mega project at 43-25 Hunter Street gets partial approval

Rockrose received partial approval from the Department of Buildings on Friday to build their mega project at 43-25 Hunter Street. It’s been a long process for the development corporation, which originally filed the permits back in February, 2013. Since then, permits have been denied multiple times.12 The main permit for the building reads “PLAN EXAM […]
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Local Project halfway toward its fundraising goal with 12 days left

Court Square institution Local Project needs your help. LP recently moved from the 5Pointz building and is having trouble meeting its rent obligations. They’ve launched a Kickstarter project with a goal of $6,100 by July 12. With 12 days left to go, LP is a little more than halfway through, having raised $3,092 through 52 […]
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Puddle, pothole, portal to open on October 5, 2014 at SculptureCenter

SculptureCenter is pleased to introduce the group exhibition Puddle, pothole, portal, curated by Ruba Katrib, Curator, SculptureCenter, and artist Camille Henrot, to open on October 5, 2014. Incorporating a sense of wonder and humor, Puddle, pothole, portal examines the changeable notion of real and illusory space-physical, virtual, internal, and external-and its impact on art production […]
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Rockrose prepares 43-29 Crescent Street for The Lot LIC Music and Film Series

Over the weekend, we saw construction crews working on the 43-29 Crescent Street lot. The crews are preparing for ‘The Lot LIC Music and Film Series,’ which will be coming to Court Square for 15 weekends starting in August. The lot was previously home to Parting, a sculpture installed by Socrates Sculpture Park.1 Here are […]
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