everyday ordinary beauty surrounds us
a well positioned showroom with lots of natural light. sadly, it sits empty.
signs, signs and WindowViews
Too bad it's empty. I'd love to know what kind of hats Jake sold.
Wow, his hats really had a lot of space to be shown off in... or he had A LOT of hats! Great capture!
Too bad about Jake's hats.
Your unused windows look a lot better than my abandoned doors (they were glass at one time). Taggers could improve this building. In Washington, DC the city officials decided to stop fighting taggers. I hoppe you faired better on the north side of the big lakes than Chicago and places south. The storm passed to the north of us.
Lots of windows! Wondering what kind of hats Jake is offering.
It is such a waste when spaces are not used profitably. We have a lot of empty spaces in our downtown area, but the city and developers are planning to revitalize by converting them to condos.
this is a great location. i hope Jake makes a comeback.http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/2011/02/signs-need-challenge.html
It is sad when you see empty buildings like this! It seems to suggest that someone's dream was squashed!
It's a sign of the times as more and more factories close and reopen in China or Mexico.
Hats off to your choice of post.
Oh, what a shame! Lovely windows, though - I hope someone moves in and gets to use them soon!
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