Thursday, September 20, 2007

Phony Water Inspectors, and More Brooklyn in Brief, Thursday

- Take a look at the architect’s rendering of the planned pedestrian tunnel linking the MTA’s Jay Street and Lawrence Street stations in Downtown Brooklyn. Brooklyn Eagle

- Watch out for these phony water inspectors. SI Live

- Thursday's Neighborhood Beat on BCAT takes us on a tour of Permanent Records in Greenpoint; then to the Outside NY Urban Garden; The Treehouse; and other Williamsburg stops.

- The developer of the much reviled 360 Smith Street said
he was “scared to death” that the current mortgage crisis might hurt the ability of prospective buyers to purchase one of his proposed condos. Courier-Life

- Myrtle Avenue -- restaurant row? Brooklyn Paper

- The Brooklyn Heights Blog says that signs posted on Hicks Street near Clark suggest that the George Clooney/Brad Pitt movie Burn After Reading will be filming in the area on Thursday.

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