Following a $50 million renovation, the space once known as the premier Brooklyn venue for listening to free music while eating expensive kielbasa will reopen as a public pool on June 28. The facility, which also now includes a gym and "multipurpose community space," can accommodate 1,500 swimmers and approximately 15 million tattoos.
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