The skeleton of Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point building continues to take shape, and the public plaza looks close to finished. It’s a little behind schedule, as it was supposed to be done sometime in May. The first building of the the 1,500,000-square-foot, mixed-use project is slated to be done by next spring. You can see a few more photos of the plaza’s progress after the jump.
Development Watch: City Point [Brownstoner]
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