This is why we treasure Brooklyn Heights’ landmarked status, which, as many know, became the first community in the nation to mandate a cease fire on decimating the facades of historic buildings, in 1965. Let’s take an historic look at 109 Montague Street (full photo views are below the jump)… Our first pic is from […]
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Miss the old Montague Street? “Degrade your property values!” Up next is our interview with Tracy Walsch, owner of Heights Books, who recently made the decision to move to Boerum Hill (120 Smith St., between Pacific and Dean streets) from her longtime spot at 109 Montague St. (For more in the series, check out our […]
BHB newshound Chuck Taylor sends in this photo of Heights Books. As previously reported, the store is leaving it’s location on Montague Street and moving to120 Smith Street.
BHB spoke today with Tracy Walsch, owner of Heights Books on Montague Street. Their current location, 109 Montague Street, is for sale and the store will need to move, however she tells us that Heights Books will live on at another location. They will be searching for a new home and hope to remain in […]
The Lost City blog writes that the building which houses Heights Books is on the block for $4.5 million. The real estate listing at Massey Knakal states that it will be delivered vacant, retail space included. We have contacted Montague BID and the store for comment on the reported closing.