The 23-story residential skyscraper will replace a parking lot and rub shoulders with the iconic Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower.
More than 40 advocates, neighbors and elected officials testified today in support of the designation of the former home of abolitionists in Downtown Brooklyn.
After years of efforts to save the home of former abolitionists, the Downtown Brooklyn house is now moving unusually swiftly through the designation process.
In the latest twist in the long saga of the former home of abolitionists on Duffield Street, the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted this morning to consider preserving the structure as an individual landmark, a move that could save it from demolition.
At a virtual public hearing this week, Landmarks gave the go-ahead to plans for Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
A fenced-off plot directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge may soon be transformed into a new public space, joining together the acres of parkland on either side.
Landmarks Preservation Commission public hearings are set to resume next week after being on hold since mid March.
A design for a six-story apartment building in the Greenpoint Historic District faced a fair amount of pushback from commissioners and residents alike.
A revamped proposal for a one-story commercial building is predominantly red brick, with large arches, and takes its cues from neighboring buildings.
The restaurant has shifted from a permanent presence on the pier to a seasonal outpost, closed roughly from November to April.