Culture on the Cheap
Fedders Friday: Jefferson Street Revisited
It had been awhile since I checked in on one of my favorite pieces of Feddertecture: 100 Jefferson Street. Wishing to gauge the progress of this study in stucco I walked by there recently. I am pleased to report it is coming along quite nicely.
The fence is down…
and with its departure has come graffiti.
Lots of graffiti. I wonder if the developer hired someone to do this so these luxury town homes would have that built-in “urban” feel? If anyone out there has the last name “Pare” today is your lucky day. Your dream home awaits.
Not only is this building appointed with Fedders boxes in the front, but it also sports a plentiful number of them in the back —along with some inspired use of aluminum siding. Magnificent!
All for your air-conditioned comfort. One can never have too many Fedders.
P.S.: Per a new New York Shitty commenter, Ali:
Pare el desplazamiento = looks like displacementâ€¦
Here is Halden’s (AKA: Brooklyn11211) take:
Pare el desplazamiento means stop displacement (parar is “to stop” – I’ll take Ali’s word that desplazamiento means “displacement”).