Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The Brooklyn Tech Triangle Internship Program, which was launched this past summer as a pilot program, is continuing throughout the fall and spring, and organizers hope to have at least 50 student interns next summer. Read more.
Once the nation's premiere shipbuilding facility, today the Yard is redefining industry.
New York Times. The Brooklyn Navy Yard dates to 1801, when an entrepreneurial shipbuilder named John Jackson sold his land on Wallabout Bay, in the East River, to the federal government. Read more.
Architectural Record. If creativity and coolness are measured in bicycles per capita, then the Brooklyn Navy Yard is the coolest place on Earth. Read more.
The New York Times. Across the partition from the roboticist who was making coffee tables with magnetized cubes, an artist was boxing up woodcuts that, when held to the ear, sounded like a forest. Beyond him, just past the software designer on the treadmill, a muscular man in a T-shirt tinkered with his design for a motorcycle. Read more.