By Anthony Siracusa
Monday, November 8, 2010
You've probably seen the old water tower from East Parkway. Or maybe you've had a cocktail at The Cove after enjoying a slice at Broadway Pizza.
But have you heard about the protected bike lanes, the on-street landscaping or the art-centric pedestrian walk?
Broad Avenue, once known as home to the Beer Joint and a handful of building supply companies, is experiencing a rebirth. With the UrbanArt Commission and more than a dozen art studios, galleries and businesses now calling this old urban thoroughfare home, the Broad Avenue of today bears little resemblance to past incarnations -- unless you count the roadway itself.
On Nov. 19 and 20, the street itself will be transformed.