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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Liberty Harbor

From Grand Street looking south east:

From the parking lot of the Boys and Girls club at Grove Street looking west, the backs of a number of the Liberty Harbor Buildings are visible:

The Grand Street facades looking west. The developer was smart enough to leave those trees standing, since new trees would take ten or twenty years to reach that size.

Looking at the facade of one of the new "brownstones" near Bright Street at Grand.

Looking southeast along Grand Street with Gulls Cove rising above Liberty Harbor in the background:

The Grand Street facade looking southeast, a half block west of the above, with historic buildings integrated into the development:

One of the more mod low-rise corners at Grand Street:

And the corner west of the above photo:

Looking east from Jersey Avenue with the Lofts and the Sutton:

One of the new Streets along Grand Street with the Lofts and the Sutton in the background:



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