New York Avenue & Glenwood Road
New York Avenue & Avenue H
Avenue H & East 32nd Street
Avenue H & East 32nd Street looking toward the Junction.
The Junction © Frank H. Jump
When Vincenzo and I moved into the Flatbush Junction, I noticed the College Glen signs around the neighborhood but did not see the civilian patrol. I’ve done some Internet searches but not until recently have I found anything. Fortunately the New York Times has been diligently archiving their entire history of articles on the web. Here is a snippet that mentions this sliver of Flatbush.
MEANWHILE, the single- and two-family home market has also picked up, aided in part by the home-loan program run by Neighborhood Housing Services. The East Flatbush office has provided below-market loans for 89 home renovations, mainly in an area east of Brooklyn College called College Glen.
”It’s very clear that in this part of the area the strategy has worked,” said Philip Gallagher, chairman of Neighborhood Housing Services of East Flatbush. ”Now there is an enormous amount of new private investment that has nothing to do with us.”
Neighborhood Housing Services is planning to seek community-development block-grant funds to expand its service area to a needier northwestern area of the district that it has named Clarendon Meadows. This is an area bounded by Clarkson Avenue on the north, Cortelyou Avenue on the south, and Brooklyn Avenue and Bedford Avenue on the east and west.
Contest: What are the boundaries of College Glen?
PS: No hairsplitting!