Monday, April 1, 2013

Just when you thought Robert Scarano couldn't outdo himself...

He does!

Yes, Robert Scarano has indeed left his mark on Fresh Pond Road in Ridgewood. Here's what the site looked like under construction, and here's what it looked like soon after Karl Ehmer closed.

Now the new building is as tall as - if not taller than - the old Oasis movie theater next door. God only knows what will end up moving into that now that CVS moved down the street.


georgetheatheist said...

The wurst is yet to come.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Vostok launch facility safe-house in Kazakhstan.

Perhaps the will be building and launching blimps.

Anonymous said...

It's a self-storage building for all of the illegals to store their things because they can't fit in their illegal apartments in Glendale and Ridgewood.

Anonymous said...

Actually the old Ehmer plant was looking kinda dumpy before it closed. This new re-habbed building ain't perfect but then again what is prefect on Fresh Pond Road?

I heard the the old Oasis/CVS is going to be a party palace for little kids partys.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the architecture here was inspired by those old Soviet tractor factories.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the will be building and launching blimps.
Puhleeze! We already have Claire Shulman, Moby Stavisky, and Debbie Markle!!!

Joe said...

"illegals to store their things"

This is a really bad sign--much worse then people think. It looks EXACTLY like those 1000s of bland "erector set" storage joints that have sprang up all over the outskirts of that shithole called Los Angeles California.
Pawn shops permitted every square mile and more crime will come next..its just a matter of time.
Looks like upper Ridgewood is on its last legs.
I cant rent or sell the house on Seneca. I get animals who will default and destroy it or scoundrels who have cash but want it for nothing.

Anonymous said...

Is that a stealth fighter jet hanger?

Anonymous said...

Try driving on Fresh Pond from Metro to Cypress Hills Street.

I did it before the recent snows and it took over twenty minutes. One could literally walk the distance faster.

Immigrants think that they can double park anywhere and all is OK as long as their emergency lights/blinkers are on.

This area needs a municipal parking lot...but where?