Looks like this old corner bar/grocery/social
club is up for sale in Old North Dayton.
The corner of Hart and Grove is a spiritual place
on a quiet cold afternoon, with churches in every direction.
smackers easy in Boston or San Francisco. In Dayton, you can get it for probably 30 k.
bureaucratic entanglement and hopefully one day,
a new caring tenant.
does a roaring business with the proliferation
of junkies on the lower East side who will bust a
car window in a New York second to snatch a 50-cent
cd or three that might fetch some extra cheddah'
at Second Time Around.
tracks from where Hamilton runs into Fifth Street, they got
Pizza and Hoagies. Decent little joint if you want old school
East side greasy spoon.
I wonder if everyone knew that they could make
handy shelving units out of the pieces of old
dresser drawers, would they still throw them away?
and sell them. You pay nothing, zilch, for your product. Sweet.
Spanish groceries are a newly thriving
mom and pop industry in East Dayton. This one
is on East Third near Huffman.
Anthony Arms Apartments has still got
the lights on.
Puta. Somebody tagged this old glorious mansion
with Puta. That is funny and sad in so many ways all at once.
Genuine Auto Parts on East Third sits next to what is apparently the Sandford and Son house rental business, judgingfrom the ghetto-ass fontagraphy employed by the signmakers. The plywood boards behind the glass give potential customers even more confidence that they'll be getting a great rental home.
Don't really know much about this business
on East Third. Seems operational, but I don't
know what goes on inside. Somebody fill me in.
This old grocery store on East Third near Huffman seems
like it's been closed down and for sale before Tony Tubbs was
was heavyweight champion.
Old print shop building (and it's a cool little doozie)
awaits a new owner and day on East Third Street