With tomorrow being the 100th block documented on the site, I figured I'd throw a curve ball and cover 100th Street today.
With the Triboro (Robert F Kennedy) bridge in clear view, this block is a prime example of redevelopment gone boring. While half of the street still contains old buildings and apartments, the northern side is nothing but new developements and open space. It's an interesting comparison – with half the block being super bright and the other bathed in the shadow of long-forgotten construction canopies.
Despite my mixed emotions above, I rather liked the block, it felt lively and safe. However there isn't much to do here, unless you're going to play baseball.