Through a generous offering from Broadway Stages and coordination through Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks and Planning (GWAPP), we have for seven years been the proud inhabitants of an interim site from which we and our associated partners run community-based programming: the Broadway Stages Boatyard. This beautiful strip of land, connecting Ash Street on the southern entrance with private access to Newtown Creek on the north, served as our temporary home,* complete with boat and equipment storage and space to run public events and environmental-remediation projects, the “ED Shed” for environmental education and hosting visiting classes, and boat-building and nautical-craft workshops.
Starting in 2019, we are not based at the boatyard as we await construction of a permanent boathouse there. Our programming is in three other locations:
The home of our hearts: 51 Ash St., Brooklyn NY 11222:
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Most of our locations can be reached via these public transit stops:
G train to Greenpoint Ave.
7 train to Vernon Blvd./Jackson Ave.
B32 or B62 bus to Green St. and Manhattan Ave. or McGuinness Blvd. and Freeman St. (for Manhattan Ave Street End Park)
B32, B43, or B62 bus to Greenpoint Ave. (for Brooklyn Barge)
B43 bus to Clay St. (for Manhattan Ave Street End Park)