That rock hanging out on the sidewalk in front of the offices of architecture firm BNIM in the old Weldon Cafeteria building on Main St. is “most definitely real,” Norhill Realty leasing agent Vincent Biondillo tells Swamplot. It came from San Jacinto Stone. What’s it for? Well, Wichita St. ends across the street, shooting all sorts of negative T-junction Feng Shui energy straight at the building. And the availability of large stocks of chi-fortifying Red Bull and Chester Fried Chicken at the Chevron food mart on the corner probably doesn’t help. Biondillo, who’s still trying to lease a few vacant spaces in the building at 4916 Main, explains the rock was placed recently by a Feng Shui Master hired by BNIM to solve the problem.
A chi POV shot and closeups of the Museum District’s fiercest Sha Chi assassin:
Minit Man car wash is on the corner to the left of the frame, the Chevron station to the right:
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Photos: Norhill Realty