WORKac’s Adams Street Library makes its DUMBO debut

Just months after unveiling a $38 million, Toshiko Mori-led interior refresh of its landmark Central Branch at Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) has debuted its first location in nearly 40 years: The Adams Street Library in DUMBO.

Bringing over 6,500 square feet of newly created public space to northwest Brooklyn’s park-lined East River waterfront, the $7.2 million project at 9 Adams Street is the 60th branch for the BPL (the sixth-largest public library system in the United States), and the first branch to serve DUMBO and the neighboring Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn Navy Yard, and Farragut Houses communities. Previously, the nearest BPL location was the Brooklyn Heights

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