Thirty-four years later, Park Slope still recovers

The shell of an unfinished apartment sits at Sterling Place and Seventh Avenue in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood, site of a 1960 airline crash that killed 134 people. The lot, empty since the crash, seems to resist all efforts to fill it.

The shell of an unfinished apartment sits at Sterling Place and Seventh Avenue in Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood, site of a 1960 airline crash that killed 134 people. The lot, empty since the crash, seems to resist all efforts to fill it.

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