Kudos To McDonalds Gloucester

The reconstruction is well under way.

The building looks like it is mostly made of brick which blends in 100 zillion times nicer than the old building which was painted the most ghastly of primary colors of bright red, harsh yellow and glossy white.

Hopefully when the finishing touches are made that they use some tasteful accenting colors to the brick.

The neighbors across the street must be thrilled.  I figure that on top of not having to look at the hideous old building they each will see the values of their homes go up by $15-$20,000 just by getting rid of that old primary color harsh yellow, red and white from the old building.

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4 Responses to Kudos To McDonalds Gloucester

  1. it’s been really interesting watching it go up from across the parking lot. it has the added bonus of occupying a certain 3 year old boy so we can get work done. he spent a good solid hour staring at the big crane they brought in.

  2. Funny, we both ended up posting about this on the same day. I prepared my post about a week ago, so my “new” photo is a bit older than yours.

  3. cape anner says:

    Aren’t all McDonalds painted the same color? They used to be brown.

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