Shank Painter Condominium
The Shank Painter Condominium, as its name suggests, is oriented largely to Shank Painter Road, though it has the street address 54 Bradford Street. A small cottage colony has stood here since 1940. In the 1960s, was known as the Brown Cottages, which were evidently superintended by Clayton F. Enos (b 1927). A 1965 narcotics raid on the cottages netted 11 young men and women, one of whom was charged with “lewd and lascivious cohabitation.” Seventeen condo units were listed on this lot in 2008. In the late 1950s, a photo studio called Candids by Carter did business at 54 Bradford Street. The longtime commercial tenant of recent years is Salon 54. [Updated 2012-05-14]
Correction: it is 17 units.
Done. Thank you.
If this is on the corner of Bradford and Atlantic Avenue, this place was once called the Shamrock Motel and was owned by the Downey family. I am not sure what years they owned it, but as a child in the ’70s and ’80s, I remember them owning it.
Thank you. Right church, different pew. The Shamrock was on the opposite side of the street, at 49 Bradford, now called the Summer Winds Condominium.