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Fulton Street and Lawrence Street

Fulton Street and Jay Street

        Hidden underneath the looming new glass towers around Barclays Center is a small Islamic enclave. This one block long section of Atlantic avenue between 3rd and 4th avenues includes a mosque, multiple travel agencies, multiple restaurants and a few unique shops like a clothing store and a law office. As almost everything around this little enclave is either demolished or gentrified beyond recognition, this place still holds out… for now.

Atlantic Avenue between 3rd and 4th Avenues

Atlantic Avenue between 3rd and 4th Avenues

        Here is yet another example of gentrification in Downtown Brooklyn. The above picture is of an old apartment house on Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue and in the background, looming over it, is a huge luxury condominium complex. This stark juxtaposition of the extreme wealth gap is becoming ever more common in New York.

The intersection of Nevis Street, Fulton Street and Flatbush Avenue

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Lawrence Street between Willoughby Street and Fulton Street

Lawrence Street between Willoughby Street and Fulton Street

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