Wednesday Blogwrap

Pierhouse Starts to Take Shape Beside Brooklyn Bridge Park [Curbed]
The Apocalyptic Landscape Near the Kosciuszko Bridge Is Now Complete [Greenpointers]
Four Arrested in Williamsburg Beating of Gay Black Man [Gothamist]
Senior Housing in Bed Stuy Will Undergo $6 Million Upgrade [DNAinfo]
Crown Heights Drivers Ticketed up to 88 Percent More This Year, Police Say [DNAinfo]
Paintings by Neighbor Karen Friedland Chosen for Kings County Hospital Walls [Ditmas Park Corner]
Tie Baron Seeks to Build Five-Story Retail Development on Kings Highway [Sheepshead Bites]
Tenant Profiles in “Brownstone” Brooklyn [The Q at Parkside]

Photo by Juni Safont

One Comment

  • Autumn ave. and Jamaica Ave. in Cypress Hills.

    POEM (aka BIG; bottom right) from the FX crew had a graffiti/hip hop shop a few blocks from here in Woodhaven back in the 90′s. Good to see they keep refreshing the walls in the neighborhood. I remember when the yard in the back of Franklin K. Lane HS was the original Graffiti hall of fame and was covered in huge productions by the top writers in the city. There were so many layers of paint that when they chipped you could literally peel away and reveal the old murals underneath. Back then Lane was just like the school in Lean on Me, had family and friends that went there, they had so few graduates that some years they could barely spell out the two numbers of the year for senior pictures.