455 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY


This building, built between 1960 and 1964, stands out quite a bit on this corner of Brooklyn, otherwise surrounded by larger rowhouses and religious institutions. I imagine it continues to serve as a placeholder for future development. It was originally built as a doctor’s office and retains its original white brick and blue enamel paneled facade and flat metal-edged roof.

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