I stumbled upon this house after making a wrong turn in Brooklyn this weekend. I just had to find out what the story was here.
You'd think after 19 years, the city would do something with this property instead of allowing it to bring down the area. The rest of the homes here are well-maintained and it's ridiculous that the neighbors have had to put up with this eyesore for so long, especially since ACRIS records reveal that there are outstanding property taxes due.
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