Friday, November 30, 2007

Next door crapper

This is right next door to yesterday's crap pile, at 99-16 and 99-18 Corona Avenue. Four stories, 3 dwelling units in each. Interesting Art Crappo design. Love the metal steps up to the "first" floor. And no green space whatsoever.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I find the bus in front of the crap building more intriging - is it's interior carved into multiple sleeping cubicles? This could be the next new development opportunity! For the price of a single crap poperty, dozens of these shiny bloated buses can be converted to rolling boarding houses on wheels parking anywhere for free without paying real estate taxes. The ROI is simply irresitable - a perpetually occuring money machine!

Anonymous said...

this type of crap makes me so happy everyday i did not buy a home in queens. i do live here but i am renting and as soon as i can convince my wife we are out of here. this is disgusting
a warehouse for recently smuggled
guest workers

queens we hardly knew ye....

Anonymous said...

I love the wonderful shapes and artisan work. Who needs Frank Lloyd Wright, when we have QUEENS CRAP!!!

ken said...

it looks like the back of a building, rather than the front.

westernqueensland said...

"Art-Crappo-Design!" I love it! I've been looking for a way to describe the function (and home-depot-corner-cutting) aesthetic to my friends in other places. You can put lipstick on an elephant, but...

Anonymous said...

Such small windows. What happened to the city's energy efficiency campaign? Isn't natural sunlight much cheaper than those new spiral lightbulbs?

The small windows make it easier to hide illegal immigrants dwelling inside the house

Anonymous said...

There are times that I feel
a few well placed surgical air strikes
can do wonders for removing
some of these crap piles from Queens'
architectural landscape!