Co-chaired by Ellen Hamilton and Erika Belsey Worth, the event, whose proceeds benefit the Brooklyn Heights Association, will run from September 27 to November 3.
More than 1,000 people packed Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night for what has become the most heated debate in Brooklyn.
The annual event, which attracted an overflow crowd, focused on difficult issues affecting the future of the area.
Calling the the DOT’s approach "deeply problematic," the association implored the agency to assemble outside experts to plan a "21st century solution" that will benefit the whole region.
In an unusual move, preservation groups across New York City have signed a joint letter requesting that the LPC withdraw their proposed rules amendments.
The break-ins have led to identity theft and pilfered bank and credit card accounts.
Save the View Now returns to court.
They rounded up antiques, art, wallpaper and rugs to create showstopping rooms that combine modern design with the home’s original detail.
Brooklyn's first decorator showhouse in more than a decade kicks off this week in a Brooklyn Heights brownstone.
A panel at the BHA's annual meeting debated the effectiveness and need for a streetcar along the Brooklyn waterfront.