Hardware 2.0 brooklyn
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Hardware, housewares, trees, equipment, paints, varnishes, and more are all available in your neighborhood. Since 1989, the company has been owned and operated independently. Our store is located at 860 Atlantic Avenue in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, NY 11238. Clinton-Washington Ave., Bergen St., and Atlantic Terminal are the nearest subway stations.
Monday – Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday For holiday hours, please call ahead.
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28 March 2019 –
A man is wanted by cops for allegedly robbing a hardware store in Sheepshead Bay.
According to law enforcement sources, the baddie broke into the Coyle Street store by kicking in the back door after business hours on March 14.
Surveillance footage catches the hooded attacker dressed in everything…
6 February 2018 –
A local mom-and-pop hardware store is on the brink of closure, but the community is rallying behind the store’s owner to save it.
For decades, American Star Hardware has been a staple on St. John’s Place. Mohammed Kamara, the store’s owner for the past 20 years…
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“For a month, I was getting a lot of strange requests for breadmakers,” Jitu says of another post-pandemic shift in Hardware 2.0’s market. But he understands. “I mean, where can you get a breadmaker?” says the narrator. We have a lot of odd things, so I’d ask my hardware store as well.” While Hardware 2.0 does not sell breadmakers, Jitu has added houseplants to the store since taking over as manager. “I was like, ‘What can I do to make this place more visually pleasing and feel better coming into the store every day?’” he says, explaining that he has had nothing else to do but work for the past few months. “‘However, as I’ve taken in more plants, I’ve learned to regard them as living things rather than decorations or ornaments. They’ve practically taken over the shop now.” Jitu now sells the plants on Hardware 2.0’s website because they’ve become so famous. Get some and decorate your own room! 347-663-4603, hardware2bk.com, 860 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn GO BACK TO THE LIST OF ALL STORIES
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It is our responsibility as a group of plant lovers to show off how diverse and awesome the community is. We’ve made some firm commitments to ourselves and our culture, and we decided to take the time to recognize and endorse a few Black-owned plant and floral businesses.
Based in Washington, D.C. Mignon Hemsley and Danuelle Doswell founded Grounded, an online plant shop that aims to “help you disconnect and decompress through the enjoyment of plants in the spaces we inhabit.” To track them on Instagram, go here, and to visit their website, go here.
Starsha Valentine, the owner of Lillith Plant Shop in Washington, DC, cultivates community in the area. They put it this way: “To combine our foliage series with a variety of planers, pottery, and woodworkings, we collaborate with local artisans of color and women. Our pop-ups and seminars serve as meeting places for people who share our enthusiasm for plants and urban indoor greening.” You can find them on Instagram here and on their website here.