While it's not the oldest landmark in Brooklyn, it stands out as being one of the most iconic and recognizable. For 62 years it has towered over the rooftops on the corner of 3rd Ave and 6th St., a reminder of an era when clothing was made in the US and ads weren't digital flashing images popping up on a smartphone. UHaul, the owners of the building on which it has resided, are taking it down to build additional stories for storage units. This petition is a direct appeal to UHaul, and David Pollack (UHaul Project Manager) to make a commitment restore the Eagle Clothing Sign to it's rightful place, gracing the horizon over 6th St from the top of the building.
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Kyle Boyd, United States1 year ago Comments: -
Mark Jacobson, United States1 year ago Comments: it is an outrage
joyce Szuflita, United States1 year ago Comments: these neighborhoods of Brooklyn have become attractive booming places because of their unique character and sense of place. Please don't add to the sanitized the skyline.
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