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The Rise of NYC’s New Insta-Hoods

Zachary Kussin
Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point is adding residences and much-needed retail to a still-ascendant area. The partially open mega-project will debut its new parts in stages. Stephen and Andrew Leibowitz of Guss’ Pickles, set to open in City Point’s food hall (inset).Photo: Miachel Breton; CookFox

Meanwhile, in Downtown Brooklyn, the 1.8 million-square-foot mixed-use City Point will have three residential buildings reportedly totaling 1,140 units, including City Tower and 7 DeKalb Ave. There will also be 675,000 square feet of retail — including restaurants and the DeKalb Market food hall, with Katz’s Deli and Guss’ Pickles opening this fall to serve new residents.

City Point co-developer, Christopher Conlon of Acadia Realty Trust, says locals are finally getting the services they need closer to home: “These are Brooklynites who want to work, live and play in their own neighborhood.”