By bringing you the above photo, Curbed just might be breakin' the law. Reports NewYorkology:
While standing on a sidewalk near the very end of Sullivan Street in Red Hook, this picture was taken from the public side of a chain-link fence. A minute later, a security guard approached and politely said "they" don't want pictures taken here. The conversation that followed failed to make it clear if "they" don't want pictures taken for security reasons or to hide progress at the construction site. It was also unclear whether "they" are the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey or the contractors.Either way, just three weeks or so before the
QE2 QM2 is slated to pull into Red Hook, looks like those disembarking into the neighborhood are going to score some genuine Red Hook color after all.
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