by | Dec 2, 2020 | City News, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Out On The Town, Shop Local

Brookfield Properties opens the Holiday Village at MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn with 25+ local vendors


Today, Brookfield Properties opened its first-ever Holiday Village at the MetroTech Commons in Downtown Brooklyn. The open-air holiday market will host more than 25 local vendors with an emphasis on artisans, contemporary fashion, accessories, home goods, beauty products, jewelry, plants, and artisanal distillers.

The Holiday Village is located in the center of the Commons, directly in front of the Christmas tree. The opening today will feature a live ice carving as well as a tree lighting ceremony.

The market will be open at the following times and dates:

Wednesday, December 2nd: 11 am- 8 pm
Thursday, December 3rd: 10 am- 7 pm
Friday, December 4th – Sunday, December 6th: 11 am- 7 pm
Thursday, December 10th – Sunday, December 13th: 11 am- 7 pm
Thursday, December 17th – Thursday, December 24th: 11 am- 7 pm

Many of this year’s vendors are based in Brooklyn and make their goods locally. Some of the 25+ featured vendors include:



Beach House Towels, a vibrant and colorful brand with an obsession for all-natural Turkish textiles. They offer 100% natural towels, robes, throws, and blankets perfect for the beach, your home, and anywhere in between.

Bellewaera, a zero-waste fashion company that makes its handmade garments in Brooklyn through sustainable practices.

Brooklyn Bar, a small business of bar soaps, bath & body, and scented candles handcrafted in Brooklyn.

Cooper’s Daughter Spirits at Olde York Farm, a woman-owned and family-operated distillery sourcing Hudson Valley ingredients to make seasonal spirits.

Gone to the Dogs, a BIPOC, women-owned, social enterprise focused on well-designed, fun, and stylish pet goods through an ethical and sustainable business model.

JoyVanna, a Brooklyn based all-natural candle company

Mama Lam’s, a Queens-based company that hand cooks and jars small batches of delicious, mouthwatering Malaysian style curry paste and hot sauce.

Planter Rob Store, a socially conscious plant shop that offers indoor plants and merchandise that encourages engaging conversations around social justice.

Pop Pins NYC, a fashion pin line dedicated to celebrating black pop culture.

Red Bridge Studio, artfully designed textiles and ceramics.

MetroTech’s entire complex totals approximately 5.5 million square feet

Featuring street-level retail space and the three-acre, centrally located greenspace MetroTech Commons. In Brookfield’s signature placemaking style, MetroTech Commons offers year-round activities for tenants and the community to enjoy. Programming at MetroTech Commons includes outdoor yoga classes, movie nights, concerts curated by BAM, and the popular Brooklyn Brews – a celebration of the local community featuring Brooklyn breweries, music, lawn games, and more.

MetroTech is centrally located with direct access to the R, A, C, and F trains and just minutes away from the 4, 5, 2, and 3 trains, with quick access to Manhattan and many other Brooklyn neighborhoods.

About Brookfield Properties

Brookfield Properties is a fully-integrated, global real estate services company that provides industry-leading portfolio management and development capabilities across the real estate investment strategies of Brookfield Asset Management — a global alternative asset manager with over $515 billion in assets under management.


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