Monday, January 2, 2012


I typically find parking garages to be a monotonous necessary evil within cities.  There are however, exceptions I’ve spotted in many different places I’ve visited.  This parking garage on Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan is one of those exceptions.  Unlike many distinctive garages that sport an architecturally distinctive façade, its minimalistic and dense (but slender) frame gives it a certain grace.  In my humble opinion of course.

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