Monday, March 28, 2016

This open-air home could use a home on Avenue B



EVG reader Katie spotted this earlier today on Avenue B at East Houston Street... looks nice from the outside, though, TBH, it is a bit of a fixer-upper upon closer inspection...



Still, it's located in an up-and-coming area with a thriving pancake scene.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder who would throw out a nice quality doll house like this one (made of wood, nice details, not plastic) and not donate it to a charity thrift shop first.

2:07 p.m. said...

That's the newest bar opening-up in a neighborhood devoid of bars and thus a must need for its residents -- it's a dollhouse themed bar/"restaurant", whereby the servers are dressed up in baby doll dresses or as Raggedy Anne and Cabbage Patch and American Girl. With drinks named such as Mymosa Little Pony, Strawberry Shortcaketini, Bloody Jemarys.... Their clienteles will be the real life Kens and Barbies that invade and inhabit the current EV.

Anonymous said...

Hardware floors, open floor plan, lots of light, trendy neighborhood - PRICED TO MOVE!

Michael Ivan said...

Nabe's smallest mixologist bar, built around a town and country theme.

Anonymous said...

Agree with 1:38pm - seems a shame to have put this at the curb rather than donating to a local thrift shop.

Eden Bee said...

I was inside of it sleeping when I felt someone lift it up and place it on the street. Still really upset.

dean marchi said...

Let me guess.... $4,000 /mo?

Anonymous said...

Shaoul and Soledano will bid hard for it.

marjorie said...

just seeing this now -- awesome comments. hugely bummed that the owners didn't donate this beautiful ting to Jane's Exchange, which is less than FOUR BLOCKS AWAY from where they dumped it!