Windsor Terrace

Local Reviews of Businesses in Windsor Terrace

Click on a link of any small business for a review by a local publication.

 

16th Street Gourmet, 212 Prospect Park West, (718) 369-6196

Brooklyn Commune, 601 Greenwood Avenue, (718) 686-1044 Read more »

About Other Shop Local Projects

Shop Brooklyn: Shop Brooklyn is Borough President Marty Markowitz' campaign for local residents and visitors, emphasizing service and individuality in Brooklyn's neighborhoods and shopping corridors. The initiative has forged strategic partnerships with Business Improvement Districts, Merchant Associations, and Local Economic Development Organizations throughout Brooklyn to showcase independently owned businesses with added-value marketing efforts and educational outreach. Read more »

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Shop Local bannerWe encourage members of our community to patronize independent, locally owned, neighborhood shops, restaurants, cafes and stores.  Local businesses provide goods and services with a personalized touch, keep jobs and money flowing in our community, contribute to support local causes, and help keep our neighborhoods vibrant and livable.  

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The Kensington/Windsor Terrace Team Battle Chef Program is Under Way

As I announced earlier this year, I am very proud to be sponsoring a new program for teens in the Kensington/Windsor Terrace area. Read more »

Locals Say 'Fuhgeddabout' Closing Engine 220

Councilmember Lander speaks to crowd at rally to save Engine 220
Park Slope Patch
05/25/2011

Midway through a rally against Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s plan to shutter Park Slope’s Engine 220, the 11th Street firehouse got a call – it was time for action.

Hundreds of locals – from the little ones at PS 107 to Public Advocate Bill deBlasio – quickly scattered from the fire station’s driveway as a fire truck pulled out and turned on its sirens.

The chaotic scene demonstrated precisely the point that so many had turned up to make: Engine 220 is vital to the safety of this neighborhood. Read more »

Press Release: Elected Officials, Community Leaders, and Firefighters Rally to Save Engine Company 220 in Park Slope

Brooklyn, NY — Councilmember Brad Lander, Public Advocate Bill DeBlasio, Borough President Marty Markowitz and Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley joined Park Slope and Windsor Terrace residents today to rally against the closure of Engine Company 220, at 530 11th Street in Park Slope. Read more »

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