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A New Dawn at Turner Towers

Replacing the plumbing is a major task. So is finding the money to do it.

When it opened its doors a few years before the stock market crash of 1929, elegantly appointed Turner Towers was the third-largest apartment building in all the land, It soared 15 stories above Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway and gazed down on Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Museum and Frederick Law Olmstead’s majestic Prospect Park.