|The city selected a new developer, , who signed a 70-year lease with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation in October 1999||Farms was operating a 65,000-square-foot 6,000 m 2 commercial farm on top of Building 3|
|Kaiser, Charles December 20, 1977||It was used as a light machine shop, an electrical and ordnance structure, and a radio station and laboratory at different points in its history|
Employment inside the yard peaked in 1978.19
|Both buildings were used to store wood for shipbuilding after it had been in the nearby mill pond||Sisto, Ernest February 23, 1951|
|New York Naturalization Petitions 1794 -1905, NARA RG -85, petition of Mary Ann Woods December 6, 1897||Brooklyn Free School understands that members of our community are being impacted by COVID-19 in many ways|
This show is more like a satire crime show than anything else, but doesn't go so far as to blatantly throw shade at either police officers or crime dramas.