Friday, July 31, 2009

20 Henry Street Roof May Finally Get Fixed -- Brooklyn

Too bad they couldn't get around to fixing it before the rainiest spring since the Great Flood.

The tarp on top of 20 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights has been torn to shreds since February and all kinds of complaints have been filed, but now, according to the Brooklyn Eagle, the giant hole in the roof of the old Peaks Mason Mints building (AKA "Candy Factory") might get fixed.

Wonder if birds have been making their nests inside the disintegrating penthouse apartment? (Or with this spring's weather, maybe alligators.)

Worrisome Hole in the Candy Factory Roof May Finally Be Repaired Brooklyn Eagle

- Big Hole In the Candy Factory Roof
- 20 Henry Street Sales Office Dismantled
- Open House Party for 20 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights
- 20 Henry Street Courtyard Plowed Under
- Work Begins at 114 Henry Street; DOB Disapproves Plans
- 20 Henry Street Was NOT On Fire
- High Winds Cause Scaffolding Problems in Brooklyn

Photo by MK Metz

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