One person on the ground was injured by falling glass, according to the FDNY.
These are some pretty basic condos for such an historic project.
The hotel's Chinese owner is hoping people from China will buy apartments.
But he can still buy and sell real estate.
Above on the left, you can see the first rendering of the new site; on the right, you can see the old rendering for what would have been the mosque.
Something is finally going up at the site.
The nearly 50-year-old bar has found a temporary home just a few blocks north as their original structure is torn down for a new development.
The hotel's website is promoting it as "a natural refuge."
Owners insist the pub will reopen in a new space inside the development once it's completed.
The bones of Brooklyn Heights Cinema will be crushed by this condo.
Smiling kids and industrial decay don't mix.
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