Just one of many streets to dip below an overpass in this neighborhood, Front Street is very deceptively-named as it doesn't appear to be on the front of anything. Straddling between DUMBO and Vinegar Hill, the Manhattan Bridge represents a hard line between the two neighborhoods. Directly under the bridge you'll find a lone building for the DOT's Iron Shop, which seems incredibly fitting in that location.
There's no shortage of both old and new buildings around here. Likewise, there's no shortage cobblestones which have been lazily replaced and covered by other paving methods over the years. The result is a street that feels like a quilt of different materials that all must come together to offer a suitable driving surface for the 3 cars an hour which cross under here.