Times might be tight, but the city's still going ahead with a $20 million project that will install new sewer mains under certain streets in Dumbo and resurface the dug-up stretches with the kind of belgian blocks that help define the historic nature of the neighborhood. The two-year project is slated to begin in the spring, reports The Brooklyn Paper, and will focus on Water Street between Old Fulton and Adams Streets as well as Washington Street between York and Plymouth.
City to Cobble Together DUMBO Streets [Brooklyn Paper]
New Sewer Mains, Belgian Blocks for Dumbo
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