Brooklyn Heights gets new library

It’s a new look at the corner of Cadman Plaza West and Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights, which now includes a brand new branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. 

“We set out to build something that we felt would serve the community and that would house all of the types of spaces that we needed and heard the community wanted,” said Linda Johnson, president and CEO of the Brooklyn Public Library. 

The 26,000 square foot branch at Cadman Plaza West is second in size in Brooklyn to only the Central Library in Prospect Heights. It replaces the old demolished branch, which was built in 1962 with the

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