Saturday, March 22, 2008

Feddertecture

Miss Heather with another Brooklyn doozy:

Jefferson Street revisited

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who?? What?? When?? Where?? WHY???

Jason in Kew Gardens said...

Oh my god...

CJ said...

Did the builder supply the graffiti tags or was that from the welcome wagon.
Either way, pretty damn ugly.

yuppie said...

ohhhhhhh. I must simply buy a flat in this building - which is the same color as COFFEE!!!

Joe said...

HOLY CRAP is that prefab CAD garbage ugly !
Are those some kind of sky lobbys or Tel-Aviv cannon bunkers atop the starwells ?

-Joe said...

Details of this on Miss Heathers sight reveal even more horror for me.

Its 100 Jefferson, My grandpearents owned a 3 story 142 George Street (Now Fedders crap as well) 2 blocks down from the Brewery's.

In the 60's at noon the whistle would blow and people could go up there and get hotdogs and fresh beer at the (Slitz)stand.

Evergreen at Jefferson and George was cobblestone streets

It looked better in 1973 with all the bricks, rubble. St. Lenards Church and School was also over there at Wilson-Jefferson (now a vacant lot)

Anonymous said...

Lets read about it on LiQshitty, or QueensWest, or ... or ....

I bet they just RAVE about this stuff. Its SO good that they are IMPROVING the neighborhood and getting rid of the RIFFRAFF!!

Anonymous said...

I beleive graffiti tags reads "Paki Sh**" or something across one of the the doors.
(See the closeups)

The Bushwick natives dont even like it. Taggers usually dont hit private buildings

Anonymous said...

A nice "cozy" prison block
with not even a foot spared for shrubbery out front!