Friday, March 9, 2007

One of Last Remaining Lots in Brooklyn Heights To Be Filled

One of the last of very few remaining vacant lots in Brooklyn Heights will soon be filled with a new residential building, according to a story in the Brooklyn Eagle.

The new owners of the vacant lot at 73 Pineapple St., near Henry Street, who also purchased the two adjoining buildings at 71 and 75 Pineapple, have filed a preliminary permit application with the Department of Buildings to construct a new 10-unit, five-story, 50-foot-tall residential building (50 feet is the maximum allowed under the special height restriction in the Brooklyn Heights Historic District).

The full story is here.

Photo by Don Evans, courtesy of Brooklyn Eagle.

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