The EcoLogic team talks all things Navy Yard in their monthly column published on ‘The Local’ nytimes.com blog. This month, CEO Anselm Doering writes about how the Brooklyn Navy Yard fits into the greater Brooklyn community.
From The New York Times:
“It’s an ugly fence, with iron rods bowed and rusted, that stretches from Navy to Flushing and Kent — a relic from another era and a reminder of faded glories past. Crumpled newspapers and discarded potato chip bags gather at the bottom of it like jetsam from the daily surf.
But the thing I dislike most about the Brooklyn Navy Yard fence has nothing to do with appearance. It’s the way it separates our community, literally and figuratively.”
– Anselm Doering, EcoLogic Solutions CEO