cities, buildings, neighborhoods
January 3, 2007 in Brooklyn, Community, historic preservation, Neighborhood, Real Estate, urbanism, Williamsburg
A great part of the Brooklyn waterfront, it will be zoned for residential use, and could be destroyed instead of refurbished —
there’s a petition here to landmark it.
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