Preliminary work begins on half-demolished Brooklyn Heights eyesore, 100 Clark St.
They’re Dancin’ In The Street (remember Martha and the Vandellas?) on Monroe Place.
The sight of construction workers at one of Brooklyn Heights’ rare eyesores — the half-demolished historic home on the corner of Clark Street — is a cause for rejoicing for the building’s long-suffering neighbors.
On Friday, the workers were out with jackhammers tearing up the sidewalk in front of 100 Clark St., which is also known as 1 Monroe Place.
This hot mess of a house, which is located on an otherwise stellar Brooklyn Heights Historic District block, has the dire distinction of having been subjected to the wrecking ball at the orders of the city Buildings Department.