|An obvious spot to tear down and build up. Can't see this lowrise and parking lot lasting.|
|Looks Like The New Building on Bedford Is About To (literally) Swallow Those Old Victorians|
|More New Apartments on Bedford Where Houses Used to Was|
|This One's Truly Sad - The Beautiful Old Age Home at 123 Linden About to Be Demolished|
|During construction of the new apts at 123 Linden, you'll be able to see the nursing home behind it for a change|
|I really didn't see this one coming. After speaking to folks at the Nursing Home, sounds like it was a financial necessity.|
Just over on the next block towards Flatbush, don't forget this is coming:
I honestly don't think people have the slightest idea what's happening to the neighborhood all around us. This painfully slow process of waking up to the new reality just boggles my mind. I've let it go - sort of. I see that's there's no political will to rezone anything, anywhere, in any of the three community districts close to our homes. But there it is.
One can only hope that the neighborhood doesn't become littered with the below sorts of vacant lots, if and when the money dries up.
|Yeeeeehawwwww! Land, land, land and lots of it.|
|Looks like nearly every new building in the nabe is preparing for a fencing match|
|They call 'em soft sites. This large lot with the Ideal Supermarket won't survive longterm|