Brooklyn Heights drone was taking pics for project renderings, developer says
August 21, 2015 By Lore Croghan Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The spying flying machine that buzzed over busy Montague Street on Aug. 13 was gathering images to help prepare design drawings for an apartment tower (center) planned for 189 Montague St., the project's developer says. Marvel Architects' rendering by Kilograph
This is why that guy flew the drone down Montague Street.
The airborne camera that caused a big stink by buzzing over the busy Brooklyn Heights corridor during rush hour on Aug. 13 was gathering images to help prepare project renderings, developer Jonathan Rose told the Brooklyn Eagle.
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