Crown Heights Tenant Union

for #TenantEmpowerment

Member Buildings

Check out the member building with active TAs

Community Boards 8 & 9

Tenant Buildings

The Crown Heights Tenant Union works with neighborhood residents in Brooklyn Community Boards 8 and 9 to build strong tenant associations in buildings in Crown Heights. Many of the buildings we work with are owned by the same landlords and the tenant associations vote to form “Locals” of the CHTU: coalitions of tenant associations within the CHTU that are calling on their specific landlord to sign a contract agreement with the tenant association outlining responsible landlord-tenant practices. If a landlord sells a building that is part of a Local, their tenant association can opt to remain in the Local or start a new one. We also welcome individual residents who may not have a strong tenant association in their building. As such, not every building represented in the CHTU is listed below.

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Current List

Community Board 8 Member Buildings

  • 1199-1205 Eastern Parkway
  • 70-80 New York Avenue
  • 410 Eastern Parkway
  • 225 Eastern Parkway
  • 201 Eastern Parkway
  • 805 St. Marks Avenue
  • 701 St. Marks Avenue
  • 789 St. Marks Avenue
  • 594 Park Place
  • 1302 Pacific Street
  • 767 Prospect Place
  • 930-940 Prospect Place
  • 523 Prospect Place
  • 230-232 Schenectady

Community Board 9 Member Buildings

  • 1059 Union Street
  • 1153-1159 President Street
  • 991-993 President Street
  • 990 President Street
  • 1115 Union Street
  • 1020 President Street
  • 951 Carroll Street
  • 991-993 Carroll Street
  • 1030 Carroll Street
  • 1730 Carroll Street
  • 285 Schenectady Avenue
  • 1646 Union Street
  • 805 Crown Street
  • 712 Crown Street
  • 1045 Union Street
  • 1580 President Street
  • 1588 President Street
  • 60 Clarkson Avenue
  • 11 Maple Street


CHTU Meetings


Collective Advice
Thursday, January 20th
6 PM – 6:45 PM

General Membership Meeting
Thursday, March 17th
@ 7 PM

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