Yes, I say!
As evidence, I present this handsome structure on E. 31st Street, near Third Avenue, a fine, six-story face of red brick interspersed with tooth-and-groove stripes of cream brick. The window are fine, with old wooden panes.
The red, vertical neon sign is simple and attractive.
Four large, globular lights adorn the first story. The place even has a great name: Red Ball Garage.
Red Ball is part of the Garage Management Company, which operates 70 locations throughout the City, and has been in business since 1920. A few are equally handsome. Some are kinda cute. Many are butt ugly.
The building's been there a century. Used to be used for storage.