A Brooklyn Heights building’s transformation from office to residential space has begun, according to Brownstoner. Although developers garnered approval to convert 75 Clinton Street, a one-time Bankruptcy Court location, into an apartment building in 2007, the plan stalled for unknown reasons. The conversion plans, as written in 2007, call for the addition of six floors to the top of the structure. No word yet on how many units it will contain or whether it will be rental or for-sale.
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