No, we’re not taking advertising but I couldn’t resist that title.
I got a tip on this from Mike Mawson, Pete Specos and now this from one of our best informed sources:
On the heels of the Art Holiday for rent party space (which seems to be closed, judging by the “Wedding Reception has been moved to Broad Street ” signs that were taped to the building last weekend) I spied a flyer announcing The Third Floor’s Nov 12th “Be a Brat Pajama Party”. According to the flyer the Third Floor is located at 4651 Frankford Ave across from the Free Library. I think that would make it that building with the big glass windows that faces the El platform. Mattress and home improvement stores are on the bottom.
Here is a myspace link to party there back at the end of August:
Looks like it has been having events for a few months now.
I posted on the renovations to the building back in 2008. Ownership links here. Questions
- Is it legal to hold parties like this at this location?
- Do any of our elected officials know that this is going on?
- Is anybody going to do anything about it?
3 thoughts on “Be a Brat Pajama Party”
I doubt that it is legal. Has anyone seen the orange posters announcing a Zoning Board hearing?
These shenanigans are both hilarious and sad.
We need a procedure here. So you get a tip, you post it. Someone has to notify our elected officials right? Or do we just assume they’ll read it here?
Are they selling alcohol? If not why is it illegal? I am not saying it is wrong or right just curious about the legal aspects. I know if a non profit has performances or shows on the Ave no one bothers them. Is it a noise or safety issue? Just curious as to what specifically people are objecting to. I think with the former Art Holiday property it was lack of security and a shooting.
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