Does the history of an abandoned lot tell the story of a community? Follow the fascinating account of one such neighborhood in this documentary focused on the development of a piece of property in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The film examines the relationship of the borough's citizens to the surrounding industrial decay, the disappearance of the homeless population, the arrival of an IKEA superstore, and other socioeconomic circumstances. 46 min. Soundtrack: English; bonus film "Views from the Red Hook Grain Terminal"; interviews; photo gallery; theatrical trailers.