When the sun goes down, the kids play outside and the dogs moo.
It’s not a typical family day at the corner of 10th Avenue and Broadway, but it’s a chance to hang out and watch the kids and their friends.
It is also a chance for the kids to get a few extra minutes of fun.
The family, who also happens to be metal tube enthusiasts, has built a $2 and a half square metal fence, the first of its kind in the country, that spans from 10th Ave.
The fence is a perfect fit for the neighborhood and the neighborhood has embraced it with open arms.
“There are a lot of people who live in the neighborhood, and we have a lot who live on 10th and Broadway and we really wanted to bring something new to the neighborhood,” said James Clements, who owns the neighborhood’s metal tube hardware store, Blacksmith and Glass.
“We think the neighborhood would benefit from having a little more fun.
We want to have fun with kids, but also be safe.”
The fence was built using two 4×8×8 foot sections of steel.
It measures 7 feet wide by 5 feet tall by 4 feet deep.
It includes a steel mesh that surrounds the fence, a metal fence post, two metal tubs that are 4 feet apart and a metal metal tube that connects to the fence.
The metal tub will hold up to 10 feet of fence.
Clements said that, for now, he doesn’t have any plans to install the fence on a street or on any other property.
It would be nice if there was some type of signage or some type that we could see in the future.
I think it’s really a great project,” he said.
The neighborhood has been a part of the community for a while.
When Clements and his wife bought their home in the 1980s, it was built in the same block as the playgrounds of nearby Coney Island.
Since then, Clements said, it’s been the community’s playground for many years.”
The kids have always enjoyed it and it’s always a great time.
They’ve always enjoyed coming here,” Clements told NBC10.
Clement said that he hopes the fence will inspire more communities to do the same.”
I hope it inspires more families to come to the city and to try to put together something that would benefit the community,” he added.