Monolith of Fourth Avenue Mystery Solved: It Has Windows
We've been amused watching the building we call the Monolith of Fourth Avenue rise. One of the reasons for the monolith nickname is the fact that it's so tall and thin, but the other is that it was going up without windows. Of course, we expected some to be added, but the way things are in Brooklyn architecture, one never knows. The building comes from Henry Radusky and Bricolage Designs.
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