Join Nooklyn as we feature awesome women who are blazing trails in NYC. Here we profile Oona, a young female sushi chef who is breaking barriers in an industry steeped in tradition.
Ah, book shopping. The only form of consumerism that, by the time I’m sliding my credit card into the chip reader and there’s no turning back, still has me feeling like I’ve done something right.
Let’s be real — when you need a solid heart-to-heart with Mother Nature, you have to get out of the city.
The largest Brooklyn rentals startup secures investment for digital leasing software and Manhattan expansion.
How Nooklyn agent Kate Quintard is making it happen in New York.
Agent Elena Drakos is starting her own BK co-working network. It's everything you need and nothing you don't.
I’m not going to lie, my nerves reached a high point going into NYC’s 2018 Women’s March on the morning of January 20th.
Best way to deal with the #bombcyclone? Stay home and get drunk.
Want a chance to win a signed copy of Baby to Brooklyn for the future hipster in your life? We’re giving away 10 signed copies — to enter, just head over to Instagram and tag your baby momma or baby daddy.
Capping off 2017 with the Self-Portrait Project and Kings of Karaoke!
That dreaded question on the group chat: What do you want to do this weekend? Refresh your social calendar with these group classes.
Self-starter Mike Weinstock goes from costumes to tattoos to bikes to Nooklyn.
Startup brokerage Nooklyn is crossing the Brooklyn Bridge. The seven-year-old company has expanded to Manhattan, where it has opened up shop at WeWork’s Union Square location.
The Nooklyn CEO on real estate tech, skateboarding culture and being a vegan. Harley Courts founded Nooklyn in 2010 as a blog focused on rental listings in Williamsburg, Bushwick.
Every day is a blessed one to any fortunate soul who rents at The Saint Marks. That’s because the building is a renovated Lutheran church, and its Gothic ceilings inspire not only awe but solemnity.
We met up with a California transplant at one of her favorite neighborhood spots, Little Canal, to chat about life in Chinatown, NYC.
This year, our recommendation is to explore a world once thought to be a fantasy of ‘90s Disney Channel movies and futuristic cartoons: smart home devices.
Once a year Kweighbaye Kotee organizes TedX Bushwick Women. The three hour conference is to inform, empower, and connect with girls, women, and female identifiers on how to create change.
If you’ve ever searched for a rental in a major city, you are probably familiar with the concept of small apartment living.
This Friday, November 3, join TedxBushwickWomen for an evening of talks, panels, and conversation about the importance of and path forward for female empowerment.
Remember when you only had one option for affordable, aesthetically-pleasing furniture? Those days are over.
This October, Nooklyn extends our Roommate Matchup services to 250 and 260 Washington!
With fall in mind, here’s alist we created just for Nooklyn of some of our *favorite* places to stay in during our *favorite* time of the year; bonfires, apple orchards, scenic drives, fireplaces, and hiking included.
We sat down with a Long Island City resident to chat about the perks of living in this up-and-coming Queens neighborhood.