Daily Bloomblight: 114 North 7 Street

March 15, 2010 by
Filed under: 11211, Bloomblight, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

Many of you are probably familiar with Sevenberry. It is one of the many edifices designed by north Brooklyn’s good friend Karl Fischer. As its name indicates this condominium is located at the corner of North 7 Street and Berry Street. Pretty clever wordplay if I may so myself— although it should be noted that “Barfeater” (which can be found inscribed in the sidewalk just outside the entrance of this building) does have a certain ring to it. But this post isn’t about Sevenberry or some anonymous person’s culinary proclivities. It is about Sevenberry’s neighbor: 114 North 7 Street.

After I took the above photographs a passerby stopped, surveyed the scene and asked:

How did this happen?

Neglect.

I replied.

Then he proceeded to ask me if I owned this property. I assured him that I did not possess the means to own such a parcel (wish I did— have the money, that is) but if I did it wouldn’t look like this.

He was just as troubled as I was when he noticed the fence in the rear had collapsed as well. Welcome to the “new” Williamsburg.

Who wouldn’t want a patio looking at this crap pile? But cry over spilled milk? Let’s have some fun instead. Anyone care to give this piece of Bloomblight a snappy name (like its neighbor)? If so, you can kick things off via comments.

Miss Heather

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2 Comments on Daily Bloomblight: 114 North 7 Street

  1. queenscrapper on Mon, 15th Mar 2010 3:48 pm
  2. The Billyburg Graving Dock.

  3. missheather on Mon, 15th Mar 2010 3:59 pm
  4. That’s a start.

    I keep finding myself coming back to the mud. Perhaps this could be a venue for women’s mud wrestling (replete with free Colt 45 or Olde English 800)— or could we could go the other direction and tout this as a luxe, open air rejuvenating mud spa?

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