Do you suppose that when Dan Garodnick uses the Oval Cafe, he asks why there are no "For Residents and Their Guests" signs about or why staff doesn't check IDs? Or is the answer that he simply doesn't care after he and the DOB agreed that the Oval Cafe was only meeting zoning requirements if it was just for "residents and their guests"?
And, yes, the Oval Cafe restroom is for customers only now. You don't quality if you are a resident or a guest of a resident, but you do qualify if you buy something. And, yes again: I tried the door and it was indeed locked.
CWCapital loves students! The company certainly knows where its bread is buttered!
Let's hide it as best we can. The new Public Safety office is getting camouflage.
It's beginning to resemble Jones Beach! Residents and their guests (and hordes of outsiders) flock to the Oval Lawn. Hey, New York City, it's open to everyone! Come on down!
Epic continued again.
Another day, another epic!
No wonder Oval Cafe wants a license to sell alcohol. They'd make a fortune! Meanwhile, the bros bring their own to the Oval Lawn. At least they are nice enough to use our garbage facilities.
Open food left overnight at the Oval Lawn. The rats thank you.
Our grounds are so nice, and Public Safety has completely given up checking for ST/PCV dog tags, that dog trainers/walkers find it a wonderful place to bring their banned breeds.
I love the smell of fresh dog urine in the morning! I'm considering entering this photograph in a contest, as it's very unique and shows one of the charms of living in this complex.