CurbedFile: July 18, 2007. South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. A tipster sends a photo of a fairly staggering rendering reveal, surrounded in Hebrew writing. A quick translation pegged the building for a religious school, South Williamsburg's 10,000th. Then, nothing. Now, another tipster sends word that they went ahead and built the darn thing. So, does it stack up to expectations? Here's the evidence:
Based on what we can see in the photo, we'll grade this one an A-, but this is just the mid-term. We await the completion of the awning before we hand out the final exam.
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