Culture on the Cheap
And Then There Were Two
This is one of the owner(s — Andrea Drozd — Ed. Note) of studio B, I used to live one block from â€œthe Delanceyâ€, seems that this is a habit of hers. And the sound proofing never happened.
She sure likes that those rooftops!
Curious to see what “M” was talking about I checked out links she sent me.
And sure enough, Ms. Drozd is mentioned as one of the owners of Juliette. In fact, they have an entire photo set dedicated to their rooftop terrace which— just like its cousin up here in Greenpoint— is neither mentioned in their Certificate of Occupancy nor their Place of Assembly. Both of the previous cover the first floor only.
No wonder she got so disgusted at last week’s Public Safety Committee meeting and complained about how long the city takes to issue permits and conduct inspections; she got away with an illegal rooftop terrace in Williamsburg, why shouldn’t she get away with it here Greenpoint? Permits and waiting are for little people.
I wonder if Ken Fisher offers a bulk discount for his “services”? More importantly, he should be giving me some kind of commission for finding and/or posting this stuff. Seriously.
Studio B Photo Credit: Neighborhood Threat