Truth be told, I'm not entirely sure that I named today's post correctly. I began by walking on (what I thought was) Frankfort St, but by the time I got to the front of Pace University, all the street signs were indicating that I was now on Park Row. I'm just going to assume that at some point, when the street begain to curve, the name changed without warning. Google Maps hasn't been much help in clearing this up for me. If anyone has a clue as to what the naming convention is down here, please let me know.
That being said, this street is flanked by the Brooklyn Bridge on the right and a park with Pace University to the left (so long as you're walking towards City Hall). I would venture to say that this is really just a glorified entrance ramp to the FDR.
There isn't much here in terms of buildings. Much of the scenery is made up of the lower Manhattan skyline, and the various overpasses that make up the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge. It's all very elegant in a way. Towards the end of the block is an entrance to the City Hall / Brooklyn Bridge subway station (an entrance which is mirrored on the other side of the bridge in much grander fashion under the Municipal Building).