This is the frontpage of the Clinton Hill archives. Currently the archives are spanning 47 posts and 41 comments, contained within the meager confines of categories. Through here, you will be able to move down into the archives by way of time or category. If you are looking for something specific, perhaps you should try the search on the sidebar.
- Goodbye, The Local. Hello, The Nabe May 15, 2013After four years of work in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, this is the last week of publication at The Local. But there's a fresh start over at The Nabe.
- The Day: Citi Bike Memberships, Bike Basics and Credit Repair May 15, 2013In today's Fort Greene and Clinton Hill morning news wrap get info on Citi Bike, cycling classes and Council Member Letitia James' credit cleaning event.
- The Day: BAM for Kids and the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival May 14, 2013Get news about Fort Greene and Clinton Hill in our daily roundup, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music's summer slate of youth-oriented programs and the third annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival coming to St. Joseph's College in Clinton Hill.
- The Day: Artisan Market, Pratt Exhibition and a Recording Studio May 13, 2013In today's daily post, you'll find news on the spring opening of the Fort Greene Artisan Market, a Pratt Institute student artwork display at a Gagosian Gallery in Manhattan and a new recording studio in the nabe.
- Crime Report: A Deli Theft, Unauthorized Bank Activity and Home Burglaries May 10, 2013In this crime report, locals told police that their belongings were stolen from cars and trucks, their homes were burglarized and their bank accounts were used in unauthorized ways. Also, disputes between significant others resulted in violence and robberies last week. The trend of robberies on the B38 bus continued last week, with another incident […]
- Developer Plans to Demolish Two Brooklyn Heights Buildings March 4, 2015The wrecking ball is coming for a five-story apartment building and a nine-story office building on adjacent properties on Pierrepont and Montague Streets in Brooklyn Heights. Developer Jonathan Rose Companies filed demolition applications last month to take down 189 Montague Street and 146 Pierrepont Street (pictured above). Situated between between Cadman Plaza West and Clinton Street, the buildings are some of the […]
- Wallabout Warehouse Trades Again: Madison Pays $45 Million March 4, 2015The industrial warehouse at 29 Ryerson across from the Navy Yard in Wallabout has changed hands yet again, nearly doubling in price. Madison Realty Capital paid $45,000,000 for the storage facility, according to The Real Deal. The previous owner, 11-45 Ryerson LLC, now revealed to be headed up by real estate investor Chaim Miller, bought […]
- Wednesday Links March 4, 2015In Bed Stuy, a New Store Is Like a Petting Zoo for Clothes [NY Times] Developer to Convert $89.4 Million Storage Facility to Offices Near Barclays [WSJ] Board: Advances on Many Fronts at Brooklyn Bridge Park [Eagle] Cobble Hill Townhouses Sell [Curbed] Protestors Try to Levitate Vice HQ Into the East River [Brokelyn] 67-Unit Market-Rate […]
- Tuesday Blogwrap March 3, 2015Booze and Dinner Service Coming to Tom’s Restaurant in Prospect Heights [DNA] Madison Buys Wallabout Warehouse for $45 Million From Chaim Miller [TRD] Housing Opponents Swarm Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. Board Meeting [BHB] Meeting About Parade Grounds Dog Run Next Week [Karma Brooklyn] About the Mysterious “Detroit” Banner That Unfurled in Bushwick [B+B] Steel Rises at 21 Commercial […]
- Closing Bell: LPC Calendars Historic Children’s Library in Brownsville March 3, 2015The Landmarks Preservation Commission voted today to calendar Stone Avenue Library in Brownsville, a spokesperson for the agency told us. That means the William Tubby-designed Gothic Revival structure at 581 Mother Gaston Boulevard is one step closer to possibly someday being designated a landmark, as the LPC has decided it will hold a hearing to consider […]