Culture on the Cheap
Great Moments In Abjectecture: It Came From Clinton Hill
Filed under: Abjectecture, Articles of Fedderization, Clinton Hill, Vomit
I live in north Brooklyn. If that alone isn’t enough “street cred” to assess ugly buildings here’s something else.
I have watched this abomination of a “modification” blossom on Broadway. This building was once was exactly like its friend to your left. No more. Don’t believe me? Click here and see for yourself.
Which brings me to the purpose of this post. I have often asked myself:
Yesterday, dear readers, I got my answer. And it came from Clinton Hill:
It hails from Lexington Avenue— and while more diminutive in stature than most of its craptastic brethren— I can honestly say it is one of the most hideous buildings I have ever seen. Given where I live (Greenpoint) that’s really saying something. It’s like they made it up as they went along. And, in all likelihood, they probably did.
P.S.: Note how the “keystones” are carried over to the addition. Classy.