treehouse brooklyn 430 graham ave brooklyn, new york 11211

treehouse brooklyn 430 graham ave brooklyn, new york 11211

Friday, June 15, 2007


(a pic of erika, cal, siri and rebecca...many moons ago at the very First Renegade Craft Fair...)

it's here: the RENEGADE CRAFT FAIR this weekend!

Saturday and Sunday, 11-6 in the McCarren Park Pool...

come out and say hi this su
nny weekend in Brooklyn! sirius* and becky lee will be representing treehouse at the spectacular, annual, craft and designer extravaganza: the RENEGADE CRAFT FAIR June 16 & 17 from 11am to 6pm, we'll be there with bells and clothing from sirius* and Becky Lee as well as almost 300 other amazing designers! don't miss it! and don't miss the other treehouse designers who'll be hangin' out in the pool, including hodgepodge, bobbi, 31 cornlane, bang, raeburn ink, asis, KIM and more!

Click HERE for a complete list of vendors, and HERE for a map to the pool...
kisses from the branches, siri and rebecca treehouse brooklyn*

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Home Buying for Hipsters at treehouse: this wednesday 6/6

Come to a free home buying seminar this Wednesday, June 6th, hosted by treehouse friend eve levine of benjamin james realty. if you've ever wondered what it takes to own your own tree-home, country house, city loft or studio apartment, take a couple hours and hang in our might be surprised with all the information you can gather.

more info:
Home Buying for Hipsters

@ Treehouse, 430 Graham Ave. (Withers/Frost, Williamsburg)
L to Graham Ave.
Wednesday June 6th, 6:30-8pm
Eve Levine (347) 526-1383


Eve Levine and Leigh Godwin, Licensed Real Estate Salespersons, Benjamin James Associates
Rob Slifer, Vice President, New York Regional Manager, Professional Advantage Financial Group
Matt Rogers and Scott Kohanowski, Real Estate Attorneys, Gotham Lawyers

Home Buying for Hipsters
is on a mission to school our freelance generation of creative "non-traditional wage earners" in the art and business of buying property. We support you in asking, "Hey, what would it take to actually buy this place?" We aim to specifically address your concerns and break down the process into steps you can understand.

Don't worry, you don't have to wear a tight Thin Lizzy t-shirt or sport an architectural hair statement to gain access—this class is free and open to hipsters, non-hipsters, art stars, rock stars, designers, freelancers, sculptors, poets, part-time geniuses, business moguls, cheapskates, high rollers, nerds, players, winners, losers=whoever is ready to own a home!

See you there!