Brick-and-mortar store finder Strolby adds 6th market: Chicago [Startup Roundup]

Plus: Gotham Greens is growing veggies on the roof of a Brooklyn Whole Foods.

Who’s making moves?

Downtown’s Strolby, a company that helps people shop local on-foot and online, added Chicago as its sixth market. The startup helps people find interesting brick-and-mortar shops.
NYU WIRELESS, the Downtown think tank sorting out the next generation of wireless technology, added the cable industry’s think tank, CableLabs, to its growing roster of members, according to a press release.
VHX went to SXSW.
Did you sometimes go to the Dumbo Tech Breakfast on Friday mornings? Now you can join The Hub on Meetup, which is bringing it back.

Who’s getting buzz?

High-tech greenhouse Gotham Greens, with two Brooklyn locations, gets a profile in Small Business Trends, which says the company is growing greens on the roof of a Whole Foods and selling them inside.

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