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The Results Are In: BHA’s Future of Montague Street Survey

The Brooklyn Heights Association recently called for community input on the future of Montague Street, and the survey results are in. BHA promises to use the 1,381 responses “to support the creation of a vibrant and successful Montague Street,” while working with community members, local real estate brokers, and the Montague Street Business Improvement District. […]

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Krogius to BHA: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

Brooklyn Heights resident/writer/historian Henrik Krogius has a thinkpiece in the Brooklyn Eagle this week discussing the Brooklyn Heights Association and the battles it has fought throughout its history. He mentions David Walentas’ quote in last Sunday’s New York Times piece about his son Jed asserting that if it had been up to the BHA, “there […]

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Curious About Your House’s History?

Many of us in the Heights live in buildings that are over a century old; quite a number of them were built before the Civil War. As part of its centennial celebration, the Brooklyn Heights Association, in conjunction with the Brooklyn Historical Society, is presenting “If Walls Could Talk: A Workshop on the Genealogy of […]

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