Nets Arena Plaza Plans Revealed

See artist renderings of new plans for Brooklyn arena.

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Forest City Ratner, the developer of a new arena for the NBA's New Jersey Nets, has released a design for a temporary plaza in front of the Brooklyn venue. This is the view from Flatbush Avenue, looking east.
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This is an aerial view of the plaza, which will be replaced by an office building when the market improves, developers say.
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The long-delayed 18,000-seat arena, called Barclays Center, is scheduled to open in 2012. This is the view from Atlantic Avenue, looking south.
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The arena is to anchor a 22-acre residential and commercial development. A planned office building will have to wait until the economy picks up, developers said. This is the elevation up Dean Street.
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Here is "The Oculus" and Plaza. The Nets have yet to decide whether they will change their name with a move into the Barclays Center.
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