Located at 25 Clark Street, the 1928 building was one of several grand hotels in the Heights constructed in the early 20th century.
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Address: 25 Clark Street, on corner of Willow Street
Name: Leverich Towers Hotel
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Year Built: 1928
Architectural Style: Romanesque
Architects: Starrett and Van Vleck
Brooklyn Heights had some impressive hotels. The near-by St. George was the largest hotel in the city, the Bossert and the Margaret were also Brooklyn icons, and then we have this one, the Leverich Towers.