(Video after the jump.) As anyone who’s read this blog for a while knows, our Mr. J. is a huge fan of Brooklyn Bridge Park, as is your correspondent. (Actually, one of the things that lured your correspondent to the Heights in the first place was the prospect of walking along the Promenade and watching ships loading and unloading breakbulk cargo at active piers; shipping economics nixed that hope.) One recently added aspect of the Park that has incited some controversy–hey, what doesn’t incite controversy hereabouts?–is the sound-attenuating berm that parallels Furman Street for part of the Park’s length. Turns out Karl is a fan of the berm, as am I, and he’s gone, cam in hand, to try to prove why. Check out his video.
Karl Sez: “Berm Baby Berm”
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