Six of the east-west boulevards of wealthy Brooklyn Heights, (for example, Montague and Clark Sts) lead to the local’s main fascination: a thin, cleared strolling strip with stunning perspectives on Lower Manhattan and New York Harbor that is joyfully expelled from the bustling Brooklyn–Queens Expwy (BQE) over which it sits. This little cut of urban excellence, over 1800ft long, is wildly safeguarded by local people against improvement recommendations. An extraordinary spot for a dusk walk.

An inventively structured footbridge called the Squibb Park Bridge, simply past the northern finish of the promenade, joins it with the shoreside Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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