Friday, March 21, 2014

100 Clark Street in Brooklyn Heights Will Finally Be Restored to Its Former Glory

Photos: MK Metz,
 Remember when 100 Clark Street at the corner of Monroe Place in Brooklyn Heights started falling apart? (That was in 2008.) The city was going to knock the whole thing down but owner Penson Corp. went to court to force the city to stop the wrecking ball.

Now it's a half-demolished wreck -- but the Brooklyn Eagle reports that Developer Newcastle Realty Services is planning to restore 100 Clark its pre- and post-Civil War glory.

The striking mansard roof will be meticulously recreated, drawings show.

- 100 Clark Street 'creaking and rocking?'
- Owner Goes to Court to Stop 100 Clark St. Demo, Brooklyn Heights
- 100 Clark Street -- It's All Coming Down, Workers Say
- 100 Clark Street Demolition Update -- How Far Will the Heights Let This Go?
- Knocking Down 'Derelict' 100 Clark Street -- Brooklyn Heights

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