HOLLYWOOD Brooklyn News: '90s Hollywood Bushwick Burger King Gets a...

Brooklyn News: ’90s Hollywood Bushwick Burger King Gets a Makeover


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A Renovated Fort Greene Brownstone and Three Others to See, Starting at $1.049 Million

Our picks for open houses to check out last weekend were found in Fort Greene, Boerum Hill, Bay Ridge, and Marine Park. They range in price from $1.049 million to $4.65 million.

Sunset Park Finnish Co-op With Dining Room, Columns, Wood Floors Asks $525K

In the Sunset Park North Historic District, a Finnish co-op with a rare five rooms has a flexible floor plan, original wood floors, and columns flanking a wide doorway. It’s on the first floor of 570 44th Street, a four-story, 16-unit building overlooking the neighborhood’s eponymous park.

hartwell house plattsburgh ny 77 brinkerhoff street

The Picturesque Second Empire Style Hartwell Manse in Plattsburgh, Yours for $895K

This is isn’t exactly a modest country cottage. Massively scaled and with a classic Second Empire exterior, this Plattsburgh, N.Y., manse has some intriguing period details inside and out. When it was completed, its splendor earned it a bit of local press that revealed the architect behind the grandeur.

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Thai restaurant Ler Lers is opening in 417 Tompkins Avenue. Photo by Ann Bradley-Smith

Popular Bushwick Thai Restaurant Klom Klorm Expands to Bed Stuy With Ler Lers on Tompkins

The owners behind the busy Thai restaurant Klom Klorm on Bushwick’s Wyckoff Avenue are branching out to Bed Stuy with new restaurant Ler Lers on Tompkins Avenue. Signage for the Thai eatery is already up on the ground floor of 417 Tompkins Avenue, and city records show an application for a liquor license is being reviewed.

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Inside the Myrtle Avenue Burger King in July. Photo by Anna Bradley-Smith

What’s Happening to the Hollywood-Inspired Burger King on Myrtle Avenue in Bushwick?

If you’ve wandered around the intersection of Knickerbocker and Myrtle avenues in recent weeks, you may have wondered what has become of the ’90s Hollywood-inspired Burger King. A green construction fence has gone up, the space has been gutted, and workers are buzzing around the site.

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