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The Brooklyn Night Bazaar, which started in 2011 as a four-night festival before growing to a five weekend series in 2012, will now run year-round in its new Greenpoint digs. The Asian-inspired nighttime market is moving from 45 North 5th Street, in Williamsburg, to 29 Norman Avenue which is just a tiptoe over the border between the 'burg and the 'point.
The new space is a whopping 24,000 square feet, all located on one level. Shoppables range from vintage clothing to artful iPhone cases and it wouldn't be a North Brooklyn affair without lots and lots of boutique edibles, which include lobster, brisket, and grilled cheese. Mini golf, rock climbing, table tennis, and "light focused art installations" are also planned for the Bazaar's new home. The market launches in November, and will be run Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm to midnight.
· Brooklyn Night Bazaar [Official Site]
· Brooklyn Night Bazaar scores Greenpoint digs [The Real Deal]
· Warehouse to Become Permanent Brooklyn Night Bazaar [DNAInfo]