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  • KPA Presents Street Evolution : The Brooklyn Bridge

    How do you get to Manhattan? Is it by car? Rail? Subway? Do you walk or cycle? What tunnel do you enter through? What bridge do you cross? If you ask the average New York Commuter, any of these forms of transportation are viable options......

  • KPA Presents Street Evolution: Union Square

    For years, Union square has been considered the epicenter of art, ideas, and entertainment. Stand on a street corner, and you may witness a barrage of young NYU students headed to class or even a club—depending on the day of the week. The vendors of......

  • Street Evolution: The Bowery

    “…We were standing at Forsythe and Bowery Flowers and painted forehead Trying to forget…” Bowery, Local Natives Long before the indie rock band, Local Natives, crooned about the notable New York City dwelling, Manhattanites at the turn of the 20th century had a very different......