As of yesterday afternoon, this was the state of 241 Carroll Street, the Carroll Gardens brownstone that collapsed at the beginning of this month. The
95-year-old 19th century building is on its way to being fully demolished. It’s believed the collapse was caused by the demolition, sometime in the 1950s, of the adjacent brownstone to make way for P.S. 58. Without the support of its “sister building,” No. 241 slowly became unstable. None of the tenants were hurt despite the whole side of the building coming down.
Details on Carroll Street Collapse [Brownstoner]
241 Carroll Street Partially Collapses, Demo to Come [Brownstoner]