Spotted At 239 Banker Street: Pure Love

Taken May 1, 2011.

Miss Heather

P.S.: On a related note I recently received an email which would suggest someone is living here. Anonymous writes:

I was past 239 Banker this morning when I saw one of the secondary doors (one of the ones between the main door and Meserole) open, and a gentleman walk out, carrying a plastic bag and wheeling a bicycle. When I walked by the door, I saw someone had taken that blue painter’s masking tape, and cut pieces to mark the door with a “239”…

If it was someone living there to make sure the place wasn’t vandalized, I could almost be sympathetic, but the number on the door makes me feel like something else is up.
I called it in to 311 (who just hands it over to the 94th, and I will call the non-emergency number later myself), and asked them to transfer me to DOB to file that complaint as well. According to BIS, Full Vacate still exists on that property.

Some of you might recall this Vacate Order was served back in 2009. If not, this might refresh your memory. As far as I know none of the former tenants of this building have received their security deposits back.


4 Comments on Spotted At 239 Banker Street: Pure Love

  1. rutila on Sun, 1st May 2011 4:02 pm
  2. I took a picture of this yesterday and thought of you.

  3. missheather on Sun, 1st May 2011 4:26 pm
  4. A normal person would be insulted by that. But then again, I am not a normal person. Thanks!

  5. MaineBarnCat on Sun, 1st May 2011 5:10 pm
  6. Slightly off topic perhaps, but I note with pleasure the appearance in Miss Heather’s pix of sandals and toes: Spring truly has arrived!

  7. missheather on Sun, 1st May 2011 5:35 pm
  8. I aim to please. The nails need a touch-up tho. Methinks pink or orange will do the trick!

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