Pig Beach closed for the last time on December 30, 2023, when the location where Pig Beach BBQ was born was sold to a local Brooklyn developer, Tankhouse, along with their partner, MacArthur Holdings, as part of the Gowanus Rezoning project.
The last walls of the building stood behind green plywood and just visible through the triangular window was the last times that the company logo would be seen. By May, it was an empty lot.
The amount of graffiti and murals lost to gentrification is mind boggling. I give eulogies to some of my favorites in Graffiti Gone…The Destruction of Gowanus on southbrooklyn.com, my publishing website.
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