Gone is the quaint 19th century clapboard structure that once housed Cobble Hill's BookCourt.
Work has finally moved forward at the former BookCourt space and the new steel structure has topped out.
The revamped 2,500-square-foot space will be the made-to-measure suit maker's fourth location in New York.
Some of the scaffolding has come down around the rare pre-Civil War wood frame commercial building under development on Court Street.
The redevelopment of one of the two 19th century buildings that formerly housed beloved local institution BookCourt is visible.
A rare wooden storefront in Cobble Hill is a historically significant pre-Civil War building, research reveals.
The two quaint 19th century buildings that housed Brooklyn's iconic literary hub, bookstore BookCourt, will be getting a makeover.
Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, and New York's literary scene are losing an icon.