Culture on the Cheap
Living Large On McGuinness Boulevard
A number of you I am certain are familiar with this plot of land nestled in the Key Food parking lot. An old house was stood here. That was razed several years ago. Then teenagers started hanging around. The police drove them off. Ever since it has been a repository for garbage and a place for homeless people to hang their hat. Until today.
It would appear this al fresco pied a terre has received a makeover.
A very GREENPOINT makeover.
189 Greenpoint Avenue (which is located just down the street) can keep their flat screen televisions, balconies and roof top terrace. This place has everything.
What could be more American than a flag in the front yard…
and a little food for the birdies? If you like what you see (and believe you me these photographs do not do these digs justice), head on down to the northeastern corner of McGuiness Boulevard and Calyer Street.
Your dream home awaits.