Brooklyn Municipal Building

Ed Brown,

local business owner, resident of Downtown Brooklyn and The Alloy Block's Equity Officer.

 Downtown streetscape

Carl Manalo,

current Principal of Khalil Gibran International Academy, the city’s first public Arabic-language school.

Allison Weisberg,

Executive Director and Founder of Recess, a Brooklyn-based contemporary arts nonprofit.

 Downtown Brooklyn Street Vendors

Julian Brizzi,

Owner of Rucola restaurant in Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill bar Grand Army, and Nicky’s Unisex, a bar in Williamsburg.

The Alloy Block, Downtown is centrally located on Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn's largest thoroughfare, and across from Atlantic Terminal, the City's second-largest transit hub.

Atlantic Terminal

25,000,000 annual riders pass through Atlantic Terminal's 16 train lines and 5 bus routes.

139 Flatbush Avenue

Barclays Center

Home to the Nets, this 20,000 seat capacity arena hosts a full calendar of concerts and events.

620 Atlantic Avenue

Apple Store

Brooklyn's largest Apple Store where you can learn, shop or browse their latest products.

123 Ashland Place

Whole Foods

Whole Foods is directly across the street providing easy access to grab a meal or shop for groceries.

292 Ashland Place

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Brooklyn's home for culture for over 150 years.

30 Lafayette Avenue

Fulton Street Mall

Fulton Mall is a shopping center featuring hundreds of small businesses and national brands, making it a major retail destination.

Fulton Street Mall

Boerum Hill

Boerum Hill is a tree-lined Brooklyn neighborhood of brownstones and townhouses.

Boerum Hill

Gowanus

In a former industrial zone around Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal, Gowanus is a developing area with a mix of classic rowhouses and converted warehouses.

Gowanus

Columbus Park

Columbus Park is a park at the southern end of Cadman Plaza, in Brooklyn.

Columbus Park

Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower

The building was constructed in a modernized Byzantine-Romanesque style.

Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower