In March of this year, Michael and I moved again. We won a city housing lottery giving us a brand new apartment in a brand new building with brand new appliances. On top of that, we now have a rent-stabilized lease through this city program. We have an apartment in the back of the building, so no more facing the Brooklyn Queens Expressway or any major street. We didn't move very far, from one end of Greenpoint in Brooklyn to the other. We now live in the northernmost point of Brooklyn a few blocks away from the Newtown Creek that forms Brooklyn's northernmost border with Queens. We can see our old neighborhood from the roof of our building. The building is 7 stories high with a roof garden. All of these photos were taken with my very cheap phone camera. They are all either from the roof, or from the Pulaski Bridge across Newtown Creek. I usually walk across that bridge to catch the 7 train into the city to Grand Central where I get the 4 train to the Bronx and the college where I work.
These are all my photos from March to September of this year.