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A History of Brooklyn Bridge ParkHow a Community Reclaimed and Transformed New York City's Waterfront$
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Nancy Webster and David Shirley

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780231171229

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231171229.001.0001

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Tearing Down the Barbed Wire

Tearing Down the Barbed Wire

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A History of Brooklyn Bridge Park

Nancy Webster

David Shirley

Columbia University Press

Describes an intensive period of planning and construction – and the beginning of an equally intensive period of controversy and public debate. The introduction of new financial strategies, reports of findings from structural, economic and environmental impact studies, and the public presentations of a revised Master Plan and the General Project Plan of the newly recruited architectural design team generated disillusion and dissent among some representatives of the community (including a number of early supporters).

Keywords:   Michael Van Valkenburgh, Wendy Leventer, General Project Plan, Empire State Development, One Brooklyn Bridge Park

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