Broadway Stages Excited to See Neighbors Allied for Good Growth in Brooklyn

Broadway Stages is excited to see our fellow Brooklynites Neighbors Allied for Good Growth (NAG) and the Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks and Planning (GWAPP) partner together to establish an even greater civic presence in North Brooklyn.

Having already accomplished great things, including shutting down an illegal garbage transfer station and acquiring more land for the soon-to-be-completed Bushwick Inlet Park, NAG now enjoys the help of GWAPP to accomplish even more for Brooklynites. With the two organizations sharing the same civic duty to empower local residents to help define public spaces and increase the quality of life in Brooklyn, the momentum for an environmentally clean, safe, and resident-focused Greenpoint community is now stronger than ever!

Celebrating the amazing merger between two fantastic organizations, NAG announced the upcoming partnership at its seventh annual gala and fundraiser. Among enthusiastic sponsors and supporters were Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, and Tony Argento, founder of Broadway Stages. Gina and Tony were incredibly excited to be on board as "Friends" sponsors to NAG's and GWAPP's missions. Gina and Tony strongly believe in creating a safer and cleaner North Brooklyn, seeing reinvestment in environmental stewardship as one of Broadway Stages's core values. Gina, Tony, and the rest of the family at Broadway Stages look forward to NAG and GWAPP sharing a vision of an environmentally conscious future for North Brooklyn.