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Post-Thanksgiving fun: Pick your favorite design for Brooklyn Bridge Park hotel

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Dermot's Hyatt hotel plan.
2/7
Extell Development Legoland plan.
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RAL Companies' contemporary plan.
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SDS's plan for a Marriott Hotel.
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The Toll Brothers' proposal.
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Two Trees wavy gravy plan.
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Starwood Capital Group's copper-plated hotel.

Brooklyn Bridge Park officials are only giving the public 30 days to weigh in on the designs for a hotel inside Brooklyn Bridge Park — so we decided to up the ante and let you make your voice heard.

Click through the slideshow above, and render your verdict below.

Yes, it’s that simple.

We’ll pass along your votes to the powers that be — or you could write said powers at brooklynbridgepark@bbpnyc.org.

Reader poll

So, which do you like the best?

Posted 12:00 am, November 26, 2011
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Reasonable discourse

judah Spechal from bed stuy says:
They are all ugly. Looks like the "Iron Giant" threw up. This urban design era seriously needs some retooling. They are all boxes w/glass. I've never understood sans technology the old designer had way more imagination.
See area around Willie B
Nov. 26, 2011, 11:13 am
judah Spechal from bed stuy says:
Yes the "Iron Giant" threw up from the other end, for sure.
Nov. 26, 2011, 11:14 am
Paul A. from Bay Ridge/Ft. Hamilton says:
The best of these so-called designs is Toll Bros. and they aren't getting any gold stars either. All of these buildings look like 21st centuary prisons. I think todays architect/designers have been influenced by the remake of East Berlin. They used bricks, we're using glass blocks
Nov. 26, 2011, 1:05 pm
bruce from midwood says:
They are all pretty boring. Can't vote for any of these.
Nov. 28, 2011, 10:21 am
Dottie from Prospect heights says:
I hope it's not going to block the existing housing.
Nov. 28, 2011, 11:03 am
RAlti from Midwood says:
Why do people insist on destroying Brooklyn? These buildings are ugly. They look cold an empty. Sorta like the new Brooklyn transplants. Please go ruin another city.
Nov. 28, 2011, 11:29 am
Joe from Brooklyn Heights says:
All of these structures look like they do not belong in the park.....or anywhere else for that matter.
Nov. 29, 2011, 12:16 pm
JohnQ from Brooklyn says:
Please add the option "none" to the poll so that I can vote too!
Dec. 8, 2011, 8:40 pm

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