New York Times, January 21, 2015
Building Blocks – David W. Dunlap
“Drive slow — 8 M.P.H.,” the signs say along the South Brooklyn waterfront, between 59th and 63rd Streets.
Nothing exceptional about them, except that they are posted on the sixth floor.
That’s how big the Brooklyn Army Terminal is. Before the 1,000-foot-long floors of its two main buildings were divided in recent decades, the best way to get around them was in a Jeep.