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Down Town Brooklyn

A Report to the Comptroller of the City of New York on Sites for Public Buildings and the Relocation of the Elevated Railroad Tracks now in Lower Fulton Street, Borough of Brooklyn

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Published: 1913
Language: English
Wordcount: 9,319 / 35 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 64.6
LoC Category: TA
Downloads: 394
Added to site: 2010.07.16 28452
Genre: Non-fiction

should meet with favor, the municipal building would be erected in another place.

The committee has endeavored to deal with these four factors, viz., court house, municipal building, bridge plaza and re-location of tracks, so that the money expended should not only bring the best result for each factor, but at the same time bring the additional benefit of relating the four factors so that all will unite to improve the downtown center. We shall now compare the cost and advantages of the four factors as presented in the Clinton Street court house site, and as presented in the other plans that reasonably meet the needs of the situation.



(See diagram marked Plan 1)

1. Cost of bridge changes and re-location of tracks as estimated by the Department of Bridges, and assessed value of additional property required for same $4,012,095.00

2. Assessed valuation of land and buildings between Washington and Fulton streets 1,249,100.00



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