Friday, March 2, 2018

Sad sight along the LIE


148th Street and Horace Harding. What a coincidence that every store in this strip decided to move.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

No coincidence, Crappy.

According to ACRIS, the property sold for $3.1 million on January 22nd of this year to a new entity called Eight Islands Realty I, LLC. The previous owners, Granieri Enterprises, Inc. had purchased it in 1994 for $499,000. I guess they decided to cash out and either delivered the building vacant or the new owners got the tenants out post-haste.

Joe Moretti said...

Coming soon: A Megal Homeless Hotel Shelter or third world country fedder specials or just more fucking NYC CRAP.

Anonymous said...

So one has to wonder will a new homeless shelter hotel be built there or a completely out of character fedders special?

Anonymous said...

The Hydroponic Garden Center re-located to College Point where all those who brew their own beer and grow their own smokeables can still get happy.

Anonymous said...

Medical offices.

Charles Gallo said...

Used the supply house on the corner many times to get stuff to repair appliances etc. Sad

Anonymous said...

A needle exchange clinic.

Michael McEnerney said...

Still miss Shenanigans and the Meade Brothers band

Anonymous said...

It's a plus for that valuable piece of property. Something more substantial than those single story taxpayers will go in there & hopefully the neighborhood will benefit.

Anonymous said...

Damn, I shop at the hydroponics store every spring because it's convienent and has interesting seeds.
Anon#4, do you know it's new address? Maybe I schlep out to College Point once.

Anonymous said...

That was a thriving strip back in the sixties when I attended PS 163 and ate lunch at Saints.

Anonymous said...

>Something more substantial than those single story taxpayers will go in there & hopefully the neighborhood will benefit.

If all the other stories on here are any indication, we're gonna get a homeless shelter and no taxpayers at all.

Anonymous said...

Love how the last store still remains. Really paints a picture of who the owner of "Eight Islands Realty I, LLC" is and what they plan to do with the lot.