Take, for example, this two-story Neo-Grec with a bay window at 580 MacDonough Street, close to Ralph Avenue. If you click through to see the rendering on the construction fence, you will see that the owners are planning to add one more story and completely redo the facade so it looks like a modern “Fedders”-type building.
Saturday, January 10, 2015
Bed-Stuy building gets crappified
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:38 AM
Labels: alterations, Brooklyn, rowhouse, vertical enlargement
More shit !
is that a balcony,the views of the asphalt must be breathtaking
That place is still a shithole.Too many housing projectsaround there........
Anon no. 4: Some of it is, no question. A lot of it is made up of brownstones and town houses, so you can imagine what's happening with them. Go take a look.
This is just totally unnecessary! Do any homeowners/developers/contractors or architects pick up a magazine or follow social media to realize the trends are antique, rustic, vintage and classic??! Apparently not in NYC. NYC neighborhoods are becoming characterless and botchy looking.
It's all about the rentable square footage and the ability to create the single room occupancy experience as many as possible.
If it ain't landmarked it'll get fucked up. And this is a cluster fuck!
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