As a reader pointed out, workers have started the process of putting in those controversial windows on the side of Norah Jones’ Cobble Hill house. That’s it, there goes the neighborhood!
Norah Jones Cuts Back on Her Windows [Brownstoner]
Cobble Hill Neighbors Irked by Norah Jones’ Windows [Brownstoner]
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