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Updated: 2017-11-20T16:25:50.345-05:00

 



I used to live on 141 Amity Street in the 1950′s a...

2011-07-31T19:25:01.623-04:00

I used to live on 141 Amity Street in the 1950′s and 60′s. I used to see the nurses go in and out of that building and I remember my cousin hanging out near the corner with his buddies singing doo-woop songs through the night in leather jackets, T-Shirts and Bobby Sox’s… This building is embedded in my memory forever… BTW for all who claim the exclusivity of the area now… The rent at 141 Amity was $45.00 per month… we had 5 bedrooms in that palace and everyone in that neighborhood worked hard and earned honest pay for a living…. I wonder where Richie went?



Dear Raised in Carroll Gardens: Thank you for you...

2010-02-03T19:19:59.644-05:00

Dear Raised in Carroll Gardens:

Thank you for your comments yesterday. They were appreciated.

It's a shame that this building has been allowed to fall apart. The window openings are not secured and I wonder why the owners are not protecting their investment. Wonder if original woodwork is still there. It could be beautiful again but looks like a money pit.

Even one floor would be too big for me but I'd be happy to visit you with good food and wine.



OMG - I was thinking the same thing. They have th...

2010-02-03T16:49:12.714-05:00

OMG - I was thinking the same thing. They have the 'writing style' and the same defensive prose.



Hi Raised in Carroll Gardens, Don't apologize ...

2010-02-03T15:52:05.220-05:00

Hi Raised in Carroll Gardens,
Don't apologize for trying to reason with Impa and Natty, but I am afraid that may be a waste of time.

Sometimes, I think they are one and the same person....



Katia, LOL - I guess you're right. It's ...

2010-02-03T13:44:42.123-05:00

Katia,

LOL - I guess you're right. It's better as a ONE family house. Otherwise some people may say we're charging TOO MUCH Rent and others would mock us & belittle us for charging TOO Small a Rent. LOL

What happend on that thread? That Impa & Natty seem awlfully angry. And Court Street may as well be called Court Saint! LOL

I'm sorry I butted-in, but wow.



Oh, boy, I know how you feel. Would absolutely lo...

2010-02-03T12:22:42.142-05:00

Oh, boy, I know how you feel. Would absolutely love to live there.
It is such a beauty.
But in my dream, I would convert it into a one-family.
I know...just dreaming.

Matthew, I like the idea of snails and cats profiting from the empty lots. I wonder what critters live inside the building. It really is not boarded up properly.



I walk past this building almost every week and dr...

2010-02-03T11:59:50.796-05:00

I walk past this building almost every week and dream about owning it and converting it into a building with just ONE apartment on each floor -



Love that postcard! I live across the street from ...

2010-02-03T11:48:13.371-05:00

Love that postcard! I live across the street from this shamefully going-to-waste bldg. Cats and snails rule the L-shaped back yard, so at least somebody's enjoying it more than visually.