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Brooklyn's ugliest buildings? The Magical Misery Tour continues

Brooklyn's ugliest? You be the judge. This new nomination is at 509 Myrtle Ave. in Clinton Hill. Photo by Rob Abruzzese

Eye On Real Estate

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Oh, our achy breaky eyeballs.

Which buildings are Brooklyn's Ugliest? We asked for input last week – and readers recommended some doozies.

Of course we checked them out – on a second lap of a Magical Misery Tour of the borough's ugliest edifices. Colleague Rob Abruzzese's photos will show you just how ugly.

On the first leg of the tour last week, we visited the Terrible Ten – nominees we chose because they were reviled by residents of their neighborhoods or berated by real estate writers.  

What do you think? Please share your thoughts in the Comment Section below about the original nominations and this new batch of Eyesores and Awful Designs – and suggest your own (un)favorite Brooklyn Buildings. No need to be nice – that's for Midwesterners and maiden aunts.

 
This week's nominees:

85 Cornelia St.: Purple Haze All in My Brain

'Alien Spaceship' at 509 Myrtle Ave.

Fourth Avenue Developments: 'A Blight Upon the Neighborhood'

Mill Basin, the 'Modern Menace'

Aesthetic Sensibilities Mauled … by Atlantic Center Mall

Renovation set for half-demolished 100 Clark St.

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HERE ARE LAST WEEK'S UGLY BUILDING NOMINEES

March 19, 2014 - 10:00am


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