Take A Look At Me Now: Holly Jolly Heights

This little Holly bush near the Montague Street entrance to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, survived the brutal winter—as seen in February and now. This week, it is surrounded by a cluster of festive daffodils. Good things come to those who wait, indeed. (CT)

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  • http://twitter.com/rimler marshasrimler

    that is lovely. now lets see if our library survives the summer and is not abruptly shut down by the Brooklyn Public Library . This is what was done with the Donnell.
    David… we are on it.

  • Lois

    Ready for the new gardener.

  • Lori

    So, you want the same situation to exist at the current building that the library is housed in – a crumby building with an air conditioning system that doesn’t work and is not cost-worthy to repair? I don’t believe in tearing down old buildings that are worth saving, but I do not believe that that edifice is worth saving.

  • http://twitter.com/rimler marshasrimler

    Both the family court building on adams st. and the red cross building were in terrible shape. The city gave them new life and they are very well used and lovely now. This can also be accomplished with the library if we think out side the box and stop handing over our precious public assists like libraries and hospital to private developers

  • Andrew Porter

    Both were gutted and all that was left was the basic steel skeleton, on which new structures were built. Their current uses are totally different than what used to be there.