An Architectural Guidebook to Brooklyn

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A sophisticated blend of ambience and attitude.

From cobblestones to churches, row houses, fishing boats, and tree-lined streets, Brooklyn boasts enriching public spaces and diversely beautiful landscapes.

The illustrious history of Brooklyn comes to life in this guide, which focuses on northern and central Brooklyn, including the oldest urbanized areas, the vast “brownstone belt,” and some of the principal industrial areas such as:

Downtown

Brooklyn Heights

Prospect Park

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill

A sophisticated blend of ambience and attitude.

From cobblestones to churches, row houses, fishing boats, and tree-lined streets, Brooklyn boasts enriching public spaces and diversely beautiful landscapes.

The illustrious history of Brooklyn comes to life in this guide, which focuses on northern and central Brooklyn, including the oldest urbanized areas, the vast “brownstone belt,” and some of the principal industrial areas such as:

Downtown

Brooklyn Heights

Prospect Park

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill

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New Jul 11, 2001
Primary Author Morrone, Francis
Product Code 50470
Publisher Gibbs Smith
Publish Date Jul 11, 2001
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