Two Trees To Build DUMBO’s First Supermarket at 66 Front Street

66 Front Street, rendering by Nightnurse Images and courtesy Berlinrosen66 Front Street, rendering by Nightnurse, image courtesy BerlinRosen

Two Trees Management Company has announced plans to build a full-sized supermarket in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, at 66 Front Street, between Washington Street and Main Street. The developers are repurposing the existing single-story parking garage on site as the structure for the grocery store, which will be dubbed DUMBO Market.

The 19-foot tall structure will yield 16,000 square feet of space and provide a variety of specialized services, including a full deli, butcher and seafood department, bakery, fresh produce, and fresh cut flowers.

The market will be owned and operated by the same family behind Brooklyn Harvest Market, a successful local grocery store with two locations in Williamsburg.

The Brooklyn-based firm, Dencityworks, will be responsible for the design, and the grocery store is expected to open early next year.

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3 Comments on "Two Trees To Build DUMBO’s First Supermarket at 66 Front Street"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | November 17, 2017 at 7:41 am | Reply

    Father Christmas didn’t dare to oppose your details.

  2. Impressively accurate rendering. DUMBO must be the Whitest neighborhood in town… 

  3. Barry W Silverstein | September 27, 2018 at 4:37 pm | Reply

    Re: 30 Front Street Site
    The Jehovah Witnesses advertised this site as being zoned R7, which they said allowed for an 8-story building that could be increased to 14 stories with a variance. Will someone please explain how a 26-story building could have the same FAR as an 8-story building?

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