Fort Greene’s brand-spanking-new Fowler Square is up and running today, after only eight days of construction. The pedestrian space on South Elliott Place was already in use this morning. Other improvements: curb extensions, tables, chairs, planters, and Belgian block repairs. As for South Elliot Place, DOT plans to study traffic and pedestrian flow with the green street in place and report its findings to CB2 this winter. Check out close-up shots taken this morning after the jump.
Fowler Square Renovation Has Begun in Fort Greene [Brownstoner]
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