The new Adams Street Library will be BPL’s 60th and first new branch built since 1983. The library will serve all New Yorkers and visitors but especially the Vinegar Hill, DUMBO and Farragut communities who currently don’t have a local branch.
The new library is currently comprised of 6,565 square feet of raw space that will be transformed to house library materials, meeting rooms, facilities and programming space for children, teens and adults. Brooklyn Public Library is committed to ensuring that the design and programming of the Adams Street Library reflects the needs of the community, your input is extremely important. READ FULL STORY AND TAKE SURVEY: https://www.bklynlibrary.org/locations/adams-street