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.
Civic groups banded together to write to city, state, and federal transportation leaders demanding plans for placing a temporary highway over the promenade be reconsidered, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
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.
Tourists and locals alike enjoy one of the greatest views in the entire city from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade.
At a meeting Thursday night, the DOT offered two possible solutions to fixing the troubled BQE. Neither pleased local residents.
The DOT wants to shift car traffic to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade while the BQE is repaired, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports today.
Brooklynites -- and perhaps some tourists -- stroll along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade in these vintage photos.
Brooklyn Heights is known for its 19th century row house character, but in the midst of the bucolic streets are some rather interesting 20th century apartment houses.
One of Brooklyn's most controversial developments, the Pierhouse condos and 1 Hotel in Brooklyn Bridge Park, is almost done and is ready for its closeup.