This block presents itself as generally quiet and unassuming. Though, the first thing that struck me was how "designed" it felt. It's almost as-if there's some intention here to give visitors a "village experience". Sure it's not ideal. I'd argue the eastern half of the block feels a bit barren with it's lack of trees, whereas the western half is practically overgrown.
I can't recall if there were any new buildings along this block. It seemed to be mostly classic apartments and townhouses. I always love seeing how owners handle the small yard next to their stoop. The variations and similarities are fascinating. Some treat it as a place to display or store items, while others use it as a barrier (a modern day moat?) to discourage people from getting to close to the building. If I had one I'd lay down some sod and mow it each Saturday afternoon.