Tivoli Towers in Crown Heights

Tivoli: A Place We Call Home is a new multimedia exhibit curated by Delphine Fawundu opening at BHS next Thursday, February 11.  Check out this NY1 News Story and this trailer below:

Sady Sullivan

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Sady Sullivan is Director of Oral History at the Brooklyn Historical Society.
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  4. Ramona says:

    I remember when the building was being built, 75-77…. My uncle lived on the 8th floor, I lived in 15f and later moved to 25J….Omg the views the pictures you coud see coney Island on a clear day, all of prospect park, Jackie robinson school, botanic gardens, empire boulevard, Ebbets field apartments the bowling and so much more from my uncles apartment we could watch you come down from the train station, cross the foot bridge, and even see down to Crown gardens apartments… I miss Tivoli and all the friends I had there in that beautiful city, I call home. Now in NC….peace

  5. Kisha says:

    WoW, I miss home so much..

  6. Joelle says:

    I used to live in these apartments when I lived in Brooklyn. Watching this brought so many memories back, I loved how spacious it was.

  7. Sonya Johnson says:

    It was wonderful to vuew this documentary. I was looking forward to seeing the view from the M line of apartments. I remember that as being most spectacular! It would have also been nice to see the interior of those huge apartments.

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