Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Is This Why The Bunker on Bond Doesn't Have Windows?

Bunker Broken Window

Oh God. Here we go again. Yes, this a building designed by you know who. (Hint: His first name is Robert. His last name is Scarano.) We have featured it many times and named it The Bunker and/or The Bunker on Bond because of its striking lack of windows. In any case, you can look at the photo above and below and decide for yourself whether The Bunker has an excellent amount of wall space or a frightening window shortage. Our purpose here is simply to show that one of those precious few windows has already taken a hit. Thank goodness there are only so many that can be attacked. After that, they'll just be tossing stuff at cinder blocks. That would be the rear & side view above (which shows how the little building on the corner is surrounded) and the front view on Bond Street below.

Bunker Back

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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The rear of the building has very large windows. Of course there is not much of a view.

8:23 AM  
Blogger guyfromdobro said...

There isn't much of a view from the front either. Will this be residential?

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Condos.

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks more like a jail to me. And this is called development along the canal?????? I hope he will be more creative and respectful at the 360 Smith St. site. What is your guess? Will he? or not?

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This building looks like a jail. I hope you know who uses some creativity and common sense with the 360 Smith St. building ----the hub of Carroll Gardens. Anoynomous

5:30 PM  
Anonymous devpro said...

The upper floors have a great view.
Most of the apartments are duplex enough windows to the front and light flooding in from the courtyard windows.
p.s. to all those who have made up their minds, Angelina Jolie was not pretty as a kid.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They might have great views but I wonder whether that small ground water problem has been resolved.

9:09 PM  

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