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Promenade is 60 Tomorrow

The Brooklyn Heights Promenade, or at least the portion of it from Remsen to Clark Streets, was first opened to the public on October 7, 1950, sixty years ago tomorrow. Henrik Krogius, Brooklyn Daily Eagle: Brooklyn Heights wouldn’t be the same without the Promenade; yet it’s really only by chance that it ever got built. […]

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Norval White, Champion of Heights Architecture, Dies at 83

Norval White, architect, author, and long time Heights resident, died at his home in Roques, France on December 26, at the age of 83. As Henrik Krogius noted in the Brooklyn Eagle: His own Brooklyn Heights brownstone served him with examples of noteworthy architectural elements. Norval C. White, co-author of the important AIA Guide to […]

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