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Brooklyn Heights–Downtown

Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007

Stuck in park

Bridge ‘Park’: While million-dollar condos are selling like hotcakes at One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the “park” itself is again at a standstill. Comment

‘Park’ condos selling fast

Bridge ‘Park’: The first luxury waterfront condos within the state’s Brooklyn Bridge Park development are selling at a rate of one a day, according to Robert Levine, owner of the 499-unit building at One Brooklyn Bridge Park (360 Furman St.), at the foot of Joralemon Street beneath Brooklyn Heights. Comment

What’s on your ‘To Do’ list?

Art: Artists covered two large windows of a DUMBO building with Post-it notes on Wednesday, in an interactive exhibit of what the average person has “to do.” Comment

The Witnesses next door

Heights Lowdown: Our columnist visits with her Brooklyn Heights neighbors Comments (4)

Waddle’s next for penguins

Downtown: The world’s largest online penguin paraphernalia retailer — Brooklyn’s own “Penguin Place” — is so ruffled by a Hollywood-inspired explosion in competition, that he’s re-tooling his Web site. Comment

Society fixes bluestone

Downtown: The Brooklyn Historical Society is getting a new bluestone sidewalk. Comment

More parking for DUMBO

Downtown: The city is making on-street parking more resident-friendly in the former manufacturing district. Comment

Cement mixer is taken

Downtown: They’ll steal anything… Comment