The colors and textures of this building are stunning-- more like a painting than a decayed building.Gorgeous photo!jj
Daryl, gracefully old!
It is beautiful, particularly in the way you have photographed it. Nice job and fun to have that little bit of additional info. Cheers!
Gorgeous place! Love it.
Grey Gardens in the city. Beautiful
A perfect find for this theme!
There's not only beauty but charm surrounding this decay. Wonder about its history?
ooh, I imagine the drama from the fashion shoot, love the mood!
This building has such a charming atmosphere. Wonderful textures and patterns.
What a glory this once was!
Gosh it looks like it would have been so fantastic in its heyday Daryl, it always amazes me that they let these gems disintegrate like this.but I bet those fashion shoots look fabulous oui!
Beautiful ruin of a building and it seems a "natural" for those fashion shoots! The capture gives it such life!
Best one I've seen in the meme!Aloha
Wonderfully captured... I imagine that this lovely place could tell some stories. I love the iron-work railings.Bises,Genie
You’ve made a great Theme Day post. I'm glad you picked this to share with us. I'm a big fan of sights like this.
Excellent, my friend. I'd like to visit it one day.
I'd love to get in there with my camera. Gorgeous old place.V
By now, fixing it up would destroy its economic value, wouldn't it?
that is indeed a prime example of beautiful decay. welcome back from paris. :)
Gorgeous. Abandoned buildings are so cool.
At one point in time, buildings were works of art. No so much today. This is excellent!
Looks like a fascinating place to wander around...I can see why it is used for fashion photo shoots:)
At first I thought this was a 'haveli' in India, a mansion owned by wealthy merchants of the early last century, Beautiful place.
Would be a great place to roam about.Nice capture.
It's really a beauty, especially the old iron work.
This really is beautiful! xo.
I have loved old decaying buildings from when I was a small child. I'm not quite sure why, but I have. Something about them touches me deeply.
If walls could talk . . . I bet this building would have a lot to say.
Since I love Venice, I get the idea of loving decay.
I can see why it's a popular place for photo shoots. I'm surprised, given its location, that it' been allowed to fall into such a state.
When I first saw this Daryl, I immediately thought of the Boathouse (?) near 70th Street...there was a restaurant there at one stage...am I thinking correctly, but I don't think this could be it somehow?