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Renderings For Former Eamonn’s /Hallmark Store Location On Montague Street Revealed

Buzzhome has uncovered renderings for the new development planned for 172-174 Montague Street. It will replace buildings housing the now closed Eamonn’s and Hallmark store. Since it sits outside the Brooklyn Heights Historic District, the new structure will be 19 stories, higher than the 50 feet allowed inside the district. CPEX’s full listing is here. […]

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Up Up & Away: Hallmark Store Demo Begins For Montague Street Condo Highrise

Seven months after Irish pub & restaurant Eamonn’s In Brooklyn and the Hallmark store next door at 172-174 Montague Street were shut down, gutting has begun on the two-story commercial building for what is destined to be a highrise condo development. Workers were hauling away a mass of mess inside Hallmark on Monday; Eamonn’s meanwhile, […]

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The Latest On 172-174 Montague’s Street Future Residential Highrise

So we were apparently a little tardy in our weekend post about the closing of Montague Street’s Hallmark store. Let’s make good by sharing the latest on the building planned for 172-174 Montague, which will replace the two-story structure that once held Eammon’s and Hallmark. First, the Brooklyn Eagle reveals that new owner “BH 1 […]

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Eamonn’s Seamus O’Toole Dies

The Brooklyn Eagle reported earlier this week that restaurateur Seamus O’Toole died after falling down a flight of stairs on September 6.   The freak accident occurred at Eamonn’s 41 Murray Street location.  The beloved entrepreneur will be laid to rest today beginning with a mass at St. Bernadette’s Church at 10:45 a.m. The Eagle reports […]

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Eagle: Eamonn’s, Hallmark Store Building For Sale

The Brooklyn Eagle reported recently that 172-174 Montague Street, home to the Hallmark store and Eamonn’s restaurant, is for sale and being marketed as a “potential development site”.  The real estate broker handling the deal Maraget O’Keeffe of GVA Williams, tells the paper that the building is being sold due to “the owner’s move to […]

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