110 Livingston

110-theater
110 Livingston
Downtown Brooklyn
Neighborhood News

Arts Organization Chosen for 110 Livingston Theater Space

Arts group the ISSUE Project Room announced it has been chosen to occupy the historic theater at 110 Livingston. The group envisions a “year-round program of music, film, video, and literature” for the space. IPR is currently located in Gowanus at 3rd Ave and 3rd St., check out their site for a cool video that […]

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110 Livingston
Brooklyn Real Estate

First 110 Livingston Unit Up for Resale

This lovely 2-bedroom is on the market, the first we know of in the building to be put on the block soon after the building has sold out. The apartment weighs in at roughly 1200 square feet, with a good sized master bedroom and two windows in the living/dining room. List price is $950,000. Check […]

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Red Hook Lane
110 Livingston
Downtown Brooklyn
History

The View From Here: The Remnants of Red Hook Lane

What’s that funny little alley across the way from 110 Livingston? The street is Red Hook Lane, a remnant of one of the oldest Brooklyn pathways dating to pre-colonial times. It also technically no longer exists–the city recently removed the alley from the official city streetmap, so that the land can be developed. What you […]

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110 Livingston
Brooklyn Real Estate
Downtown Brooklyn

Brooklyn Links Friday – the Update

Happening in Brooklyn – The Latest Read Garden Design from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Rain Gardens (bbg.org) A Cat’s View of Brooklyn (Gothamist) Atlantic Yards Parapet Fallout (GL) DUMBO Then & Now (Dumbo NYC) Water Taxi Considering Atlantic Ave. & Governor’s Island Stops (BDE) Photo: Rain 1945, Arthur Leipzig

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110 the movie
110 Livingston
Brooklyn Real Estate

110 Livingston – The Movie

It’s a rainy day out so pull up a chair, get some popcorn, and fasten your seatbelt. The rumors are true–we just noticed on 110livingston.com that they’ve gone and posted a promotional movie of testimonials about the building and neighborhood. It’s just like one of those PBS documentaries on the Civil War or New York […]

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