This Main Street strip mall with its vacant parking lot (below) was among many boarded up buildings.
This Main Street residential complex had so many code violations during its construction phase that it never received a certificate of occupancy. It too has stood vacant and boarded up for years. Good news is, a new developer has plans for this site.
A number of older homes on Main Street appeared to be in a state of dangerous disrepair and illegally occupied. Linda expressed concern for the safety of the people living in these homes, and she wondered how strictly New York City Building Department code was being enforced.
The abandoned Stadium Theatre, built in 1927, has undergone numerous incarnations—first as a movie theater, later a live music venue, and finally a roller rink. It has been empty for decades
This rental housing development was permitted to be sited literally with its back to Main Street. Multiple layers of fencing abut the Main Street's sidewalk. The property owner has ignored the community's complaints to address this eyesore and the New York City Department of Buildings has failed to enforce this obvious building code violation.
Many Main Street storefronts fails to activate the street. A banner advertisement obscures most of the window of this heating and plumbing business.