Wow where to begin with this disaster? Let's go from left to right... First up, we have a cinder-block garage with a graffiti-covered door, a house that has seen better days, sporting boarded up windows, graffiti and bars on every opening, topped off by a patch of dirt in front of it which I suppose may have been a garden at some point. A newish piece of Brooklyn Crap is built right up next to it which is so narrow that it looks like you may have to walk around in it sideways. There's a stairway to heaven in front of it and a concreted-over yard to the side. So in light of all this, and after reading the sign, our contributor asks, "Question is, which home is the luxury one?" - Who Walk in Brooklyn
And I asked an urban planner which type of zoning allows for buildings this narrow. The response: "None. 18' wide is the minimum. TOTALLY ILLEGAL!"