The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council (PHNDC) assesses and represents the needs and concerns of the Prospect Heights community in terms of housing, economic development, physical environment, safety and security, and social services.
phndc.org is a portal for the exchange of news, events and information among Prospect Heights community members interested in the development of this unique and historic neighborhood.
Posted: June 10, 2009 - 10:13pm
Do you have:
An idea for an event that could take place in Grand Army Plaza?
Thoughts about how to use the wonderful but woefully underused spaces of GAP? How to draw people in?
Connections with organizations that would love the exposure of putting on a one-time or recurrent event in Brooklyn's most visible outdoor public space?
Posted: May 6, 2009 - 11:02am
The North Flatbush Business Improvement District has secured the expertise of a landscape architect/urban planner to come up with a plan to improve the flow and functionality of Flatbush from Atlantic to Plaza Streets. A preliminary meeting was held on April 22, 2009 during which the firm offered preliminary ideas on what was possible and what other cities had done when confronted by similar circumstances.
Posted: January 28, 2009 - 3:14pm
As a result of study requested by PHNDC in conjunction with the North Flatbush BID, Brooklyn DOT is planning safety improvements to the intersection of Flatbush Avenue, Carlton Avenue, and Park Place. The intersection has long been perceived by area residents as dangerous for pedestrians.
Posted: January 19, 2009 - 7:16pm
On January 24, the popular PBS television program "This Old House" will feature the renovation of a Prospect Heights brownstone. The house, located on Sterling Place between Underhill Avenue and Washington Avenue, was built in 1905 and is being completely remodeled by its present owners, Karen Shen and Kevin Costello.
Posted: October 16, 2008 - 9:13pm
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke
, who represents all of Propsect Heights, has joined with State and City elected officials in support of historic designation for our neighborhood. In a