Why the ceramic house number craze is a bust: “I’ve never seen so many houses with ceramic numbers”
As you can see from the above article, many ceramic houses in New York City have been converted to residences, with the majority of the numbers being found on a large piece of wood or other material.
Many of the houses with numbers on them are located in low-income neighborhoods, and many have been left in their current locations because of the rising rents.
The city’s Department of Buildings, however, is still considering whether or not to remove the ceramic numbers.
If it does, a large chunk of the city will have to move to other parts of the country for the numbers to be removed, the New York Times reports.
The city has yet to decide whether or when it will remove the numbers.