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The first suspension bridge built on deflection theory, the Manhattan Bridge opened to traffic in 1909. The American Society of Civil Engineers named the bridge a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. The bridge has been going under an extensive $834 million reconstruction since 1982.
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Taking a bike to Manhattan? use the Manhattan Bridge; a dedicated bike lane without pedestrians makes this the best route favored by locals to reach Manhattan.
Archway of the Manhattan Bridge A century ago, who would imagine that the desolate dark space underneath the noisy bridge would become a unique venue available to rent for special events, markets, art exhibitions, commercial photography shoots and — believe it or not — weddings! In spring and…
Where can you walk with the subway rattling next to you hundreds of feet in the air? Carousel is waiting for you on the Brooklyn side.
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“Corner deli half a block away open 24 hours. Serves great Reuben sandwiches!”
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“I play ping pong here, it's the only place with a table that I know about in the neighborhood. ”
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“What is now the cheery, bustling heart of Little Italy and Chinatown was once the core of the infamous Five Points slum, as seen in the 2002 Scorsese movie Gangs of New York. As you wander, imagine the scene that in 1842 inspired Dickens to write: “The patched and broken windows seem to scowl dimly, like eyes that have been hurt in drunken frays.” Roosts, where gangs would meet, abounded in 19th-century New York. But Bandit’s Roost, at 59 ½ Mulberry Street was the most famous, in part because of an 1888 photo by Jacob Riis that captured a menacing group gathered in the alley.”
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“Beloved, circa-1883 landmark connecting Manhattan & Brooklyn via a unique stone-&-steel design. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, and a New York City Landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.”
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