It appears that the townhouse at 194 Columbia Heights wasn’t the only neighborhood building to sustain damage in Thursday’s windstorm. According to The Brooklyn Paper, 75 Clinton Street, the office building that fronts on the east side of Clinton between Montague and Remsen, also suffered a mishap:
Brooklyn Paper: The mini-hurricane that blew through Brooklyn on Thursday morning sent a chunk of a Clinton Street building crashing to the pavement in Brooklyn Heights — though, miraculously, no one was injured.
An eight-foot-by-eight-foot stucco slab felt to the corner of Clinton and Remsen Streets, in front of the Bolton’s clothing store, which remained closed on Friday, surrounded by yellow police tape.
Protective scaffolding must be installed pursuant to a Department of Buildings order, and the building’s facade is to be inspected.