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Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Liberty Harbor North

The Mid-rise towers one block south of Grand Street are beginning to pop up above the line of 'brownstone' row houses being constructed closer to the existing neighborhood. Also, the curb has been poured. The curb seems to define a street with a long, soft curve rather than a hard diagonal that previous diagrams and traditional city plans would suggest.

The east facing side of the mid-rise towers.

At the corner of Barrow and Grand are two essentially identical buildings. The western building had its brown brick tiling installed weeks ago. Below, the eastern structure is now getting its facade.

A somewhat uniquely shaped building on the corner of Grand Street and the end of Bright Street.



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