To your knowledge, has anyone tried to get Capital One's blacktop garden? It is such a shame that they just do the cheapest, ugliest thing possible with that garden space rather than beautify it. To me it shows a disregard and disrespect for the neighborhood. I kind of doubt that your average Capital One branch in the suburbs doesn't have even the most basic landscaping outside of it. I did call them a few months ago and spoke to a manager and while the conversation didn't go anywhere (it's up to corporate, no one's ever even suggested that, etc.)Getting them to do something with the garden would be a major win for everyoneTo be fair, the yard has looked like this for many years now, even when this was a branch of Home Federal Savings Bank and later, Northfork Bank.
But I agree. The yard is truly an eye sore and isn't even kept particularly clean. A few plants would go a long way to making this corner look just a bit nicer.
How about it, Capital One?