Barbed Wire Fence Surrounds Former Law Office [Empty in Commack]

Former law offices at 350 Commack Road appear to have fallen into disrepair.

The former law offices on Commack Road appear that they might have taken a turn for the worse, now standing on the other side of a barbed wire fence. 

The former law offices of Tananbaum & Sibener at 350 Commack Road are boarded up fenced off from its neighboring Nathan's Hot Dogs and by a collapsing barbed wire fence. A faded white sign marks what remains of a white house that stands in stark contrast to the commercial properties surrounding it.

Residents have started to use the vacant property as a dumping ground. A car tire lies discarded on the front lawn, not far from the sidewalk, and other pieces of trash litter the front lawn. 

It looks as though someone may have tried breaking into the building at some point, as the front window is boarded over with plywood and the white door frame hangs from its hinges. 

White vinyl siding is being ripped off the side of the house, revealing aged wooden walls in desperate need of a coat of paint. 

Have you noticed this property while driving along Commack Road? Do you think it should be restored as a residential home or taken over by a local business? 

Matt April 12, 2012 at 05:54 PM
Good idea Tom. Then maybe we can set up a a nice spot to shoot heroin too. that would be a great thing for the community. O the taggers will love it.
Anthony Zumpano April 12, 2012 at 07:34 PM
This is the most exciting news about that office since a car drove into it sometime in the 1980s. I'd be happy if Ralph's expanded its parking lot into the area, though they probably don't need the extra space. Who owns this property?
Disturbed and Dismayed! April 24, 2012 at 10:36 PM
I live in Commack and think the entire stretch of Commack Road looks horrible, not just that old house. This stretch of commercial properties from Vanderbilt to Jericho TPKE needs revamping and TLC and maybe neighborhood volunteers. It looks disgusting and it is an embarrasment. I'd love to get people together and get Smithtown or a volunteer group to clean up the whole mile or so. Business owners should take pride and plant flowers, clean up and make Commack look like less of a dump. I moved to Commack to get away from Hunt. Sta. and now Commack Rd looks like New York Ave. The nasty side.
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Lisa Tringali January 15, 2013 at 12:26 AM
I agree.. I just emailed the Huntington, Smithtown and Suffolk County Executives to do something about Commack Road. I am so sad to see it this way.. I would also volunteer! We should put something together. Who else would like to make a stand? The taxes are outrageous but the local government cannot find money to clean up a very large revenue producing town... very dissappointing!


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