For those of you/us who prefer to sit down to a good movie... rather than freak out to Barenaked Ladies... we're also looking forward to Brooklyn Museum's screening - Thursday, August 22, 2013 - of Jean-Luc Godard's film L'eau de Vie... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ideal-Properties-Group-Brooklyn/113361655352969
DUMBO Brooklyn the most spectacular waterfront, thriving art scene and architecture. #Brooklyn https://web.facebook.com/idealpropertiesgroup/photos/a.437113292977802.94994.113361655352969/1114779105211214/?type=3
With the week winding down what fun plan's do you have going on in Brooklyn this weekend? https://www.facebook.com/idealpropertiesgroup/photos/a.437113292977802.94994.113361655352969/1269381103084346/?type=3
It took just over 13 years (1870-83) from start of construction until opening, or 18 years (1865-83), from the drawing-board to opening. Originally called the New York and Brooklyn Bridge, the bridge cost $15.5 million to build. It was formally re-named The Brooklyn Bridge by the city government in 1915.
Sumner Avenue (now Marcus Garvey Boulevard) near Myrtle Avenue in Bed-Stuy, #Brooklyn, 1946. https://web.facebook.com/idealpropertiesgroup/photos/a.437113292977802.94994.113361655352969/1092884674067324/?type=3