Here we have Frank Lloyd Crap's foray into industrial architecture.
He filed for a permit to erect a 2-story structure that's hollow below to allow for 7 cars and a contractor's office hovering above.
Let's check in with Frank to see what his thought process was for this design.
"Well, Crappy, the inspiration for this design was basically a large ugly shoe box with some holes cut in it suspended in the air over a pile of junk. Yep, at's what I was going for. I finished it off with a bunch of ugly cinderblocks to complete the look. But you don't know the full story.
I intended for it to be a new campaign office for Dennis Gallagher, because it wasn't exactly kosher that his campaign office and council office were just a narrow staircase apart. But alas, before I could present him with this gift, he got caught and his political career ended in disgrace. So, I sold it to a construction company for a quick buck and got right to work on Anthony Como's castle o' crap. And now he's out. Geez, maybe I'm bad luck or something. If everyone I design crap for gets tossed out of office, I should probaly design a nursery for Melinda Katz or a cozy cell for Bloomberg."