We measure the local economy—in pizza and jewelry, vintage clothing and liquor, air fresheners and flowers.
If you are selling heating oil, demand and volume are up. If you sell gasoline, not so much.
The Brooklyn Ink asked people on the street: How is the economy working for you?
Smaller Shops Are Losing the Fulton Street Retail War
Rent rates on Court Street are escalating. As big box store stake their claim on the envied Court Street shopping space, they offer property owners what small businesses don’t. A better offer. It’s not only a loss to business owners, but also to this Brooklyn urban Mayberry.
How a contestant stole the panel’s heart for an unexpected victory in a competition for business ideas.
Dispatches from the ‘other’ Brooklyn.
Brooklyn rents swing upward as Manhattan gets cheaper, leaving only a $300 gap between the two.
A shoplifting contratemps at the Park Slope Food Co-op.