The campaign to designate the Prospect Heights Apartment House District as a New York City historic district is sponsored by:
The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council
Since its founding in 2004, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council (PHNDC) has been the leading non-profit civic organization providing advocacy for neighborhood-wide issues on behalf of the residents and businesses of Prospect Heights in areas such as housing, transportation and preservation. Its successful campaigns have included the designation of a New York City landmark district in Prospect Heights and improved public accountability at the Atlantic Yards project. Through these and other initiatives, PHNDC has engaged and received the support of thousands of community members in Prospect Heights and its environs. For more information, visit www.phndc.org.
CuRBA: The Cultural Row Block Association on Eastern Parkway
CuRBA was created in 2016 to organize and serve tenants and homeowners living between Plaza Street and Washington Avenue. CuRBA members share a concern for development with the potential to change the character of the neighborhood. The creation of a historic district has been one of CuRBA’s key initiatives. CuRBA also works on the beautification of Brooklyn’s cultural row, and addresses quality of life issues affecting residents. For more information on CuRBA, visit curbaonep.org.