Tag Archives: Myrtle Avenue

All About Wallabout

THERE’S A BLOCK in west Clinton Hill, or maybe it’s north Fort Greene, though most people would have just called it “near the Navy Yard.” Now the neighborhood’s got a proper name, or rather, gone back to its original cool … Continue reading

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GUESS WHERE?

WHO CAN GUESS where these very old houses are? City, neighborhood, intersection? I’m not sayin’. At the end of this weekend, everything will be illuminated. ANSWER: Accolades to Julie, who is the closest. These are the last two buildings on … Continue reading

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The Filet of the Neighborhood

Part four of the apartment-hunt quartet and then we’ll give it a rest. Sunday morning I saw a historic goodie of a flat in Fort Greene, on a block I was always curious about: the glorious Washington Park, northernmost rim … Continue reading

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