January 4th, 2017
Atop the cobblestone streets of Dumbo, Brooklyn- #NewYorkJets wide receiver Brandon Marshall posed with the stunning launch edition #AstonMartin #DB11.
Even before NY Jets’ player number fifteen took his place alongside the Cinnabar Orange DB11, lucky bystanders voluntarily stopped to stare at the beautiful Aston Martin dancing down Smith Street. The background was dressed with the Manhattan Bridge and Brandon Marshall stood tall next to the glistening V12 DB11 as Andrew Werner captured the moment.
DUMBO, standing for ‘down under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass’, is currently one of Brooklyn’s most talked about neighborhoods. With an art scene on the rise that’s impossible to ignore, this community, formally a manufacturing district, has now become a lively and eclectic area known for housing both large scale companies as well as independently owned. The area is fairly small (only 0.050 square miles!!) and many locals claim it’s easily navigable, with the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge in sight for reference, as you can see pictured above.
The duo will cover Resident Magazine, in the hopes to raise awareness surrounding Borderline Personality Disorder, a cause Marshall stands for actively.
On July 30th, 2016 Brandon opened up to the public about his own diagnosis of this disease, and vowed to help others that are still suffering. He launched the charity Project Borderline, in order to fight the stigma so publicly tied with this disease, and to provide a life line to those fighting who may not have access to the same resources as himself.
Readers will be able to access the full story in Resident Magazine’s upcoming issue. Resident Magazine embodies an aspirational luxury lifestyle. The best in travel, dining, real estate, celebrity news, fashion, and events from around the world. Located in Long Island City, NY their content ranges from style & fashion to dining & travel and all of the in-between.
Long Island Sports Cars is proud to support #ProjectBorderline in conjunction with Resident Magazine. Stay tuned for the full story, but for now-check out the video below: