On Tuesday, Nov. 13, the Landmarks Preservation Commission will check out the design for the new build at 70 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights. Pretty exciting considering that the only rendering out at this point is this super-blurry one. The architects planned for a five-story, 17-unit building with a movie theater on the first floor and in a section of the basement. The NY Times recently profiled this development, along with other new condo projects in Brooklyn Heights, and said construction will begin this spring.
New Building, and Cinema, for 70 Henry Street [Brownstoner] GMAP
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You don’t see many unconverted lofts on the market in Brooklyn these days, but this 2,500-square-foot two-bedroom pad in Clinton Hill seems like the real deal. Although it’s currently configured as a two-bedroom, renters could probably build out an extra bedroom or two to offset the cost. There are some very high tin ceilings and large, […]
For years, we’ve been dying to go to the house tour in Newburgh, N.Y., called the Candlelight Tour, and this year we finally did. We’d heard of Newburgh because we read the blog Door Sixteen, but we didn’t know anything about it. One day we were tagging along with a friend who had business in […]
In 1859, a commission was formed by the New York State Legislature, charged with finding locations for parks in the rapidly expanding city of Brooklyn. James S. T. Stranahan, a wealthy Brooklyn businessman, was president of this Brooklyn Board of Park Commissioners. Washington Park, in Fort Greene, was the city’s first park, but the city […]
Demo started Friday for the crumbling wood clad house on Smith Street, neighborhood blog Pardon Me For Asking reported. As you may recall, the three-story mixed-use building at 159 Smith Street between Wyckoff and Bergen recently filed permits for a two-story addition, and PMFA feared its intact facade would soon meet the wrecking ball. No permits […]