It's a bird. It's a plane. It's a blue-checkered thing behind a historic Bushwick Avenue house. Photo by Lore Croghan
Eye On Real Estate
By Lore Croghan
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Sometimes the old and new in Bushwick look kind of odd together.
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This is 1075 Bushwick Ave., a fine 1890s-vintage historic home with a prime corner location. The checkered thing behind it is 64 Palmetto St.
The latter is a new apartment house called the Ocean Blue Residence. It was built by Abe Greene – the developer who built the Purple Haze building at 85 Cornelia St. that's on our list of Brooklyn's Ugliest Buildings. (By the way, the owner of 1075 Bushwick Ave. has a Hispanic surname, city Finance Department records indicate.)
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