The opening of the 396-foot-long Squibb Park Bridge, which links Brooklyn Heights with Brooklyn Bridge Park, has fostered an avalanche of national media coverage—although, arguably, you read BHB’s on-the-spot coverage first and foremost, right?
The New York Times weighs in via a story titled “A Zigzag Offers a More Direct Route to a Park,” as does the age-old Popular Mechanics, offering a novel perspective with precise detail about the bridge’s structural & organic design.
There’s also coverage at Crain’s New York Business; Time Out New York; the New York Post (“There’s a brand-new Brooklyn bridge in town.”); New York Daily News; and The Architect’s Newspaper. How about a story in Italian at NYC travel webbie NYC-site.com?
And the usual suspects: Brownstoner; DNAInfo.com; Brooklyn Daily Eagle; Curbed; and a snarky story at Gothamist. Looks like the neighborhood has a hit on its hands… uh, heels. (Photo: NYT)