'Crooklyn' house gets facelift

?Crooklyn? house gets facelift

?Crooklyn? house gets facelift (10/8/15)

BROOKLYN - The iconic brownstone that was featured in Spike Lee's "Crooklyn" just got a facelift.

Arlington Place Bed-Stuy & Breakfast, located at 7 Arlington Place, is now open for business following renovations.

While a lot has changed, building owner Liz Mandarano says fans of the 1994 movie might still recognize parts of the house from famous scenes.

When Mandarano bought the brownstone in 2013, she says it was the old Victorian architecture that attracted her to the building.

As a resident of Brooklyn herself, Mandarano says it feels good to introduce tourists to her own borough.

 

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