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“Architects May Come, and Architects May Go….”

…but H.I. Feldman has left his name, in stone, in Brooklyn Heights for however long 70 Remsen Street stands, and it’s a very solid looking building. It was completed in 1929 and initially functioned as a “men’s hotel”, but is now luxury apartments. His name isn’t all Feldman left on the building, though. If you […]

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Cheops Redux at 80 Cranberry Street

It came down but now it’s back up — scaffolding that is — at 80 Cranberry Street.   Looks like they’re itchin’ for another Brooklyn Heights Cheops Award.

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Cheops Update – 80 Cranberry

Following up on my earlier Cheops Award post, I noted this morning that substantial progress has been made on the entryway at 80 Cranberry. The plywood is gone, and a new revolving door is in place. Now I eagerly await the restoration of the lovely faux marble columns that flank the door.

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