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I would guess that the go kart place is pretty dirty. And the view of the valley isn't the best from that site with all of the junk industry down there...otherwise, I'd suggest a nice patio overlooking the valley. Why doesn't the city or OBCDC push some of those property owners to do something?
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The rationale that came out of this analysis was that the city's dollars would be best used in transitional, emerging, etc. neighborhoods, rather than those that were most distressed and those that were most stable.
Anyone have any news on the housing developments that were slated for that area? I seem to recall housing development on either side of the bridge by the zoo, as well as one adjacent to a church (name escapes me).
Was the one next to the church the redevelopment of the RTA Brooklyn Bus Garage? If so, that's still VERY early in the process.
There is 11 acres of land for sale on Spring Road, Just off of I-176 exit/entrance. I looked into the property and the asking price is $800,000. That was the end of my conversation. I wonder what that piece of land will turn into....
Real estate changes coming toBrooklyn Centre and Old Brooklynby Lynette Filipslynettef@oldbrooklyn.comChange — and potential change — is underway at a number of sites in our neighborhood. Memphis School, of course, has been demolished (to the delight of some folks and the distress of others). But nothing definitive has yet been announced for that parcel of land.After being closed for just over a year, early last month the Brooklyn YMCA building (on the northeast side of the Brooklyn-Brighton Bridge), was sold to a non-profit group called the Pearl Community Investment Corp. Inc. They purchased it for $125,000. This will “bear watching”, because the YMCA is one of the largest child care providers in Northeast Ohio and the new owners are working with the Y to resume some of their programs by this fall/winter.The last potential for major change involves the block of Broadview Rd. on the southeast corner of Searsdale Ave. Fifth Third Bank is pursuing an option to purchase the property, and has until mid-October to decide what they will do. At this point in time, Fifth Third is midway in the due diligence phase of the process — investigating environmental concerns, obtaining approval from the City, getting regulatory approval, and dealing with all the other contingencies they’d have to satisfy before they could decide to close on the parcel and build a new branch.No doubt future editions of the Old Brooklyn News will have more to say about all these topics.
New owner plans new life for YMCAThursday, September 13, 2007By Ken PrendergastWest Side Sun NewsRehabilitation work is under way at the former Brooklyn YMCA at the north end of the Brooklyn-Brighton Bridge that will allow the building to remain a community center..