Community Notice

COMMUNITY NOTICE

Pacific Park Brooklyn
Community Liaison Office Relocation
*Corrected Address*

Please note the Pacific Park Brooklyn Community Liaison Office (CLO) is relocating from 625 Atlantic Avenue to the trailer park located at *591 Dean Street on Monday, October 23, 2017.

The CLO will continue to be open Monday-Friday, 9:00am – 4:00pm phone number & email will remain the same.

Thank you.

Pacific Park Brooklyn Community Liaison Office
1-866-923-5315
communityliaison@pacificparkbrooklyn.com

Empire State Development
1-212-803-3736
atlanticyards@esd.ny.gov

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Concrete Pour Construction

From GFCP:

COMMUNITY NOTICE
Overnight Work
Monday, April 24th through Friday, April 28th beginning at 11PM
461 Dean Street
Dean Street & Flatbush Avenue
As part of construction for the Pacific Park Brooklyn project, the sidewalk & road in front of 461 Dean Street will be replaced during the overnight hours beginning on Monday, April 24th through Friday, April 28th beginning at 11PM. The hours are pursuant to DOT permits and work will occur from 11PM to 5AM.
461Dean

Community Update on Quality of Life

On Tuesday (November 1s), the Empire State Development agency along with the developer (GLFC) updated the community on recent changes and upcoming changes related to Atlantic Yards.

Read a thorough update on Atlantic Yards Report.

Three quick updates for us:

  1. 535 Carlton and 550 Vanderbilt will open to move-ins next month. Therefore, the green fences around those two buildings will come down and parking is scheduled to return partially. Carlton Avenue and Vanderbilt Avenue (between Dean and Pacific) are the areas slated to resume old parking guidelines.
  2. The green fence on Dean Street between Carlton & Vanderbilt will come down at the ends of the block.
  3. Site B12 construction will ramp up shortly.

As always, file complaints related to construction on 311 and then AYWatch.

Topics Discussed (October 17th)

Thanks to the 50+ community members that joined with the 78th Precinct and Councilwoman Cumbo on October 17th at Terra CRG.

Many topics were discussed including:

  • Issues with drunken Barclays Center patrons (example)
  • Dogs on Dean Street Park turf
  • Triangle at Flatbush, Dean and 5th Avenue
  • Potential middle school within Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park

If you’d like more information, please leave your e-mail address and question in a comment to this post.