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This Greek Revival Townhouse was built in 1847 as a private one-family residence, but now it could save your life if there's ever trouble in the subway tunnel below.
Rather than tear down and rebuild the triple cantilever section of the BQE in Brooklyn Heights, Mayor de Blasio will put off the decision for 2 more decades.
Snap out of it! You can't afford this one.
The driver was spotted by police "driving up and down" the promenade at a "high rate of speed."
88 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights.
The Jehovah's Witnesses occupied a series of tunnels under their Brooklyn Heights headquarters. Here's a look inside.
Apparently a resident called the police about a "foul order," according to the Brooklyn Paper.
Elected officials are pressing the MTA for details on elevator repair plans at Brooklyn's Clark Street station.
The 23-year-old man was reportedly one week into the job when he died.
'Saint Ann's has always been a place that prides itself on listening to and celebrating our students ... we failed to be true to our own vision of children and of education.'
A brief history of the Promenade, as locals and officials battle a BQE rehabilitation plan.
'This is more than just this community, this is Bay Ridge, this is Fort Greene, this is Red Hook, all of us are involved in this,' Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said.
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