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Wyckoff Exchange to "Fulfill a Very Real Demand" in Bushwick

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To some, Bushwick is a scary scary area off the L train where (you've heard) people get mugged quite often. To others, Bushwick is a hip and progressive artists' community. To still others (brokers and developers), Bushwick is a neighborhood crying out for luxury condos, fancy restaurants and high-end retail. Thankfully, someone's trying to fill that void. A tipster points us in the greeny direction of Wyckoff Exchange, some sort of mallish entity. The place doesn't have a website yet, but a little Googling turns up another Craigslist post (this one sadly sans the great rendering you see above).

The post reads:

Bushwick/East Williamsburg is one of the great thriving cultural and social success stories of Brooklyn. Artists, designers, small scale manufacturers, students and a vibrant local community and an neighborhood to work play and develop. There is also an important opportunity for restaurants, shops and business owners to make their mark fulfill a very real demand. This section of Wyckoff Ave is located at the literal heart of the hip East Williamsburg industrial conversion nexus, with thousands of loft apartments, loft studios, workshops and attractive multifamily rentals. The developers of this project are developing the property with sensitivity to the local style and ethos, utilizing chic post industrial design elements with a clean white box preparation for prospective tenants. This is going to be a breakout location for the neighborhood and a magnet for future growth. Get on board the Wyckoff Exchange.
American Apparel, can we count you in?
· Presenting: The Wyckoff Exchange [Craigslist]
· Bushwick Beckons [Craigslist]