The New York Times visited the store of housewares designer Jonathan Adler that opened on Atlantic Avenue a few weeks ago.
Several years ago, the stretch of Atlantic Avenue that runs from Flatbush Avenue to the East River used to be identifiable primarily for having an antique row on one end and Brooklyn’s main Arab community on the other.
Since then, independently owned businesses of a thoughtful and fashionable variety have been trickling in at a regular pace to inhabit storefronts along the invisible line between Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill. Sahadi’s, an international market, has long been a destination for those who get their kicks from bulk bins of sumac, fenugreek and olives. Fledgling designers have opened shops alongside established businesses like Butter by Eva Gentry. On the block between Hoyt and Bond, iced cupcakes fill a bakery window, and a bistro is elegantly situated behind red sidewalk umbrellas, across from an excellent Vietnamese sandwich shop.
And now, as of a few weeks ago, there is a Jonathan Adler store, which really pulls the whole look of Atlantic Avenue together.
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