15. Columbus Park, Brooklyn
Not far from another hotspot of the justice system in Downtown Brooklyn, the Financial Journal reporter Dimonda tracks down Lonnie Watley, a DA with Eastern District who used to work with Rhoades, at a food truck. Columbus Park is named for one of the city’s Christopher Columbus statues which was a gift to the city but was lost for decades and rediscovered in a maintenance facility in Central Park. It was in Columbus Park in Chinatown for some time, and then moved to Brooklyn’s Columbus Park in front of the courthouse, where Watley works.
In the scene, Dimonda says he lives nearby in Cobble Hill and says he’s working on a story about Rhoades. You can see Brooklyn Borough Hall in the background of the shot.