Love these two window balconies :)
This large home has one of my favorite rooftop styles, plus I appreciate a nice porch.
Talk about a nice porch! Adore these unique places below, not your typical city homes.
Doors and Details ...
Fun to see the renovation of older buildings.
Of course, revitalization means more & more people moving to the area. Some Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods are glutted with new glass structures. This is the only one I've seen over here. I'm more of a townhouse type myself, but this looks very clean and must get some great light :D
As you near Steiner, quite a few places are in disrepair patiently awaiting their facelifts!
Kinda love this strip and the building below could be fabulous as a theater or as live/work spaces :)
Alas, enter ...One of the coolest aspects of living in New York is being surrounded by water. I continue to be fascinated by these cranes and I try to imagine this place when it was building ships in full swing.
The photo above is from the The Brooklyn Historical Society blog. Long long time ago.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is continually expanding and I'm sure many of these empty warehouses nearby will eventually be occupied by thriving businesses.
Here, some useful reference for aging surfaces and signs :)
Re Pop looks like a swell vintage furniture shop, but I haven't ventured in yet.
Another super rooftop :')
This garden is across form the G train I take home, so time to bid adieu until the next day.
This is only one small trip down one avenue in Fort Greene. There's so much more to explore, including Pratt Institute, BAM and a slew of restaurants and bars!
Lena wishes you one heck of a Sunday! She will likely be poised on a window sill or in her red chair much of the day :x)
Thanks for stopping by! ~A