Day 4: Mirsad!

After finding out that the Brooklyn Transit Museum is closed on Mondays I decided to tag along Benno, the German guy staying at the hostel going to the Model UN conference, to a walk through High Line Park. I had heard about it and how it had been a elevated-line-turned-park but I was pleasantly surprised at how well-maintained it was and how I could easily see it transforming the Lower East Side into a gentrified neighborhood as a direct result.

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Parting ways at noon, I headed to meet up with Mirsad, a graphic-artist-web-guru that I met during my internship at Winter and Company, a commercial real-estate firm located smack dab in the middle of town. He had some interesting changes in his life that are perhaps too much to go into detail here, but secretly I’m sad that he’s changed so much.

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~ by allthenittygritty on April 3, 2012.

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