Good afternoon, Greenpointers.
I sincerely hope this holiday season has treated you well. And it’s not over yet, with New Year’s Eve still hanging in the air. After a break last week, we’re now looking back at the last two weeks in all things North Brooklyn.
Withdrawal fees on ATMs might constitute thievery, but in an ironic twist, thieves stole an entire ATM from a local coffee shop.
We brought you a story from THE CITY about the ongoing UMEC strike in northern Greenpoint.
Heating and cooking gas issues at a luxury building in Greenpoint might have reached a breaking point for residents. The MTA announced that the G-train would get millions of dollars to bring its signal system out of the Great Depression era.
Lastly, we rounded up some of the biggest stories that got the whole neighborhood talking in 2022. Thanks for coming along for the ride. Can’t wait to see what kinds of crazy shenanigans Greenpointers will get up to in 2023 😉
In and around North Brooklyn
A local family’s Hanukkah celebration was featured in a Nordstrom campaign advertised on the MTA.
People keep writing about Greenpoint high rises, so we keep sharing things about Greenpoint high rises.