The Clark Street subway stop will reopen for full service in April — which should help boost its mom and pop businesses, who have been suffering from the lack of foot traffic — the MTA recently told the Brooklyn Heights Association.

For more, visit the Brookly Paper at:

Former CPN Resident Debuts on The Tonight Show!

Former CPN resident, comedian Eric Neumann, son of Paula Neumann-Retig & stepson of Saul Retig, recently preformed a killer set on The Tonight Show. Watch it here:

Eric will be performing at The New York Comedy Cellar, March 4th-6th.

Insider’s Tour: DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk Thursday, Mar 3, 2022, 6:00-7:00

On the first Thursday of every month‚ the galleries of DUMBO stay open late, hosting special events and receptions for the First Thursday Gallery Walk. 

Beyond the tour, attendees are encouraged to visit participating First Thursday galleries at their own pace, and to end the night at DUMBO-stalwart Superfine for happy hour. 

The event is open to the public. RSVP is required, COVID-19 vaccination is mandatory, and masks must be worn during the tour. You will be asked to present proof of vaccination upon arrival. If you feel unwell or were recently in contact with someone who has COVID-19 or related symptoms, please stay home.

To Register, visit:

Support for the Insider’s Tour: DUMBO First Thursday Gallery Walk is provided by DUMBO Improvement DistrictTwo Trees Management CoEmpire Stores, and Superfine and made possible by ongoing participation by DUMBO’s art galleries.

Pickleball Anyone?

Pier 2 at Brooklyn Bridge Park has added three pickleball courts for the hugely popular sport. For more information check out this site

Composting Goes into High Gear

Fifty composting bins were distributed on Friday January, 28th at the composting presentation in the Community Room, spearheaded by Dawn Marie Brekke. “Shareholders were excited to see this service in our building and are looking forward to the positive environmental impact we’ll have by composting,” said Brekke. 

Said one new composter, Tami Sheheri, “I never thought I’d be one for composting, but here I am collecting food scraps. LOL, It’s true!”

If you have questions about composting you can visit NYC curbside composting website.  If you have questions related to composting in our building you can email management or the CPN Board: [email protected]

Felice Montague Opens on Montague Street

Any restaurant opening on Montague Street is cause for celebration. Felice opened January 17th at 84 Montague Street, the site of the former Giulia/Heights Café.

Check out their website:

Santa and Rudolph make a special appearance at Cadman Plaza in Christmas Day

The finishing touch on Brooklyn Bridge Park is here


BROOKLYN, N.Y. — It’s arguably one of the best views in New York City: the Brooklyn Bridge and the Lower Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Now there will be even more access to that iconic vista, from the new Emily Warren Roebling Plaza, the final component of the 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park. The final section of the more than one-mile-long waterfront park will open later Thursday after a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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Pavers along the last section of Brooklyn Bridge Park mimic the iconic span above. (NY1 photo)