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September 17, 2010

Storm knocks down construction fence on Dean Street, offers back view of 24 Sixth Avenue

Atlantic Yards Report

The storm yesterday also took down (at least temporarily) part of a construction fence on Dean Street between Flatbush Avenue and Sixth Avenue, allowing views of the two remaining buildings on the arena block.

At right is 636 Pacific Street.

(Photo and video by Raul Rothblatt.)

As shown in video below, the demolition of several buildings, notably the set-back 475 Dean Street, offers an unusual view of the light-colored back of 24 Sixth Avenue, the Spalding Building, known for its red-brick facade.


NoLandGrab: Any damage done by yesterday's storm pales beside the damage already wrought by Hurricane Bruce.

Posted by eric at September 17, 2010 11:49 AM