The Brooklyn Eagle recently featured Age-friendly Council District 35 and community partner The Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project (MARP), an initiative of the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership in their article “Groups trying to turn Myrtle Avenue into an age-friendly thoroughfare”.
It is no secret that Brooklyn is rapidly changing — cranes can be spotted at every corner of Downtown Brooklyn and the surrounding neighborhoods. Now, a few groups are trying to make sure that senior citizens are not left behind because of the changes.
The Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project (MARP) and the Myrtle Avenue Business Improvement District have joined forces in an effort to make two of the most rapidly growing neighborhoods — Fort Greene and Clinton Hill — more age-friendly by implementing changes within their businesses to help out the older adult population…
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