When we last heard about Admiral’s Row in Brooklyn, the National Guard Bureau of the Departments of the Army and the Air Force were holding a community meeting about their plans for the site. Today, Curbed is reporting that the plan to demolish these historic buildings has been put on hold, pending more input from the community:

“The city’s plan to tear down ten historic buildings in the Brooklyn Navy Yard and replace them with a grocery store and parking lot has been put on the slow track by a Federal agency. The obscure National Guard Bureau of Cultural Resources is reviewing whether the 150-year-old Admiral’s Row buildings can be preserved or should be turned over to the city for a date with wrecking ball. The Brookyn Paper reports that the agency says it will start a series of meetings in March with preservationists, residents and the city. In the meantime, any demolition has been ‘delayed indefinitely.'”

Read the full story here.

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