Springtime in Brooklyn Heights: Viburnum blooms, multi-million-dollar homes hit the sale market
Eye On Real Estate
Up, up and away.
The irises have opened up in the Promenade Gardens.
The scaffolding’s up on Civil War-era houses that are under renovation.
Asking prices for elegant homes are up in the stratosphere.
One of them has a coveted three-car garage.
It’s springtime in Brooklyn Heights.
With the beloved snowball bush — viburnum is its formal name — outside the First Unitarian Congregational Society’s church on Monroe Place in full bloom, it’s time for a champagne toast to the season.
Since the Hotel Bossert and its long-awaited rooftop bar and restaurant haven’t reopened yet, the alternative is to raise a glass at one of Montague Street’s sidewalk cafés. The health-conscious might opt instead for the Kale Crush smoothie at recently opened restaurant b.good.