NYC’s Abandoned Outdoor Restaurant Sheds Being Used as Garbage Deposits, Homeless Shelters

Over 12, 000 short-term structures erected citywide

The benefits of a draconian set of Covid lockdowns are continuing within New York City –   for anyone who is homeless or looking for a spot to dump garbage, that is.

That’s due to the fact homeless people are now making use of outdoor dining sheds, built during lockdowns for dining places to move their businesses outdoors, for housing.  

Heading into the winter time, outdoor dining areas are now being used as “ hovels for the homeless, giant waste dumps, and traffic-blocking garden storage sheds, ” according to a  new report by the NEW YORK Post .

The report says that many of the structures have shuttered as businesses refocus upon indoor dining. The Blog post pointed out abandoned structures beyond restaurants like Boise, The Sou and the former GMT Tavern.  

Michelin-starred Jua uses its outdoor shed for cardboard boxes, the report says, despite the fact that restaurants are not permitted to use the areas as storage, per the Department of Transportation.  

One July complaint to the Department of Buildings stated: “ These sheds are an eyesore — people are right now depositing garbage in them. What makes them up months after restaurants have shut down? ”  

Another known the sheds as a “ breeding ground” for rodents, stating: “ It’s not economically feasible for the landlords or even (former) tenants to take all of them down, and the city does not have the political will to obtain it done. ”  

Leif Arntzen says he sees destitute people sleeping in the outdoor sheds “ all the time” plus told the Post: “ I think they pick this because they’ve got this sort of AstroTurf on the pavement that they can simply kind of lay down on. ”

And while individuals on the ground are getting fed up with the particular structures, politicians have been with a lack of action.   Assemblywoman Deborah Glick complained about one particular structure this week:

According to the US DOT, there are about 12, 1000 outdoor sheds, with 1, 202 of those located on roadway. It has only advised the sanitation department to remove 21 of these structures citywide.  

A City Council survey of 418 restaurants downtown found that 93% were not complying with “ at least one” DOT guideline, the Submit reported.

136 complaints about abandoned setups have been placed between May 6 and September 23 of this year.  

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