LES Dwellers Association Begins Soho House Opposition on Ludlow

Posted on: March 11th, 2013 at 6:28 am by

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Hyperactive neighborhood NIMBY LES Dwellers Association is asserting its position on the forthcoming arrival of the Soho House at 139 Ludlow Street. A literal onsite guerilla campaign has begun.

Behind broken window panes sits a cartoon sign overtly opposing the members-only club. “Hell No,” it reads, illustrating the Monopoly Man (“Rich Uncle Pennybags”) standing on the property called “Soho House L.E.S.” Cost is $2,400. Perhaps we should update our own Boogieopoly board to include this one.

For the record, though, the broken window preceded the placement of this sign by at least a couple weeks.

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