Hey, do you realize that the title of this piece is "the 50 best blocks in Brooklyn" while the article is actually "the best, worst, and most unusual blocks in Brooklyn" that's kind of poor journalism, no?
On my block, I have the entrance to the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens and Mt. Prospect Park, I also have three, that's right, three curbs we can park on. A 2/3 subway station that is clean and culturally significant, an improvised skate park, and a row of beautiful gilded age apartment buildings known as the "grey old ladies" This spring, after a two year restoration project, we also have beautiful seperated bike lanes, wide sidewalks, and historically accurate lamposts. I think my block is easily as good if not better than most of these... do you know where it is?
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