St-Henri residents and visitors are confounded by the sudden pink appearance of a cabin atop an abandoned factory along the Lachine Canal in Montreal.\nA source tells MTL Blog that the property is fenced and its first 3 floors blocked to trespassers.\nDo you know who is behind this?\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nSome things in Montreal make even the most hardened locals go "WTF" and this is certainly one of those things. Somehow, someway, a brave soul managed to climb up to the top of an abandoned factory along the Lachine Canal and painted a cabin pink.\nTheories range from it being an art installation to squatters that have a careful eye for interior design. You expect to find tags and graffiti, but an entire painted building? Next time you're in the area, make sure to look up.\nThis towering factory, once an old beer malting facility, overlooks Riverside Bar and the St-Remi tunnel. Our source tells us that in just one month, the whole cabin on top of the tallest spire, along with an adjoining shed was painted pink.\nNo one really knows how or why this cabin was painted pink. Honestly, it's one of the great mysteries of the month, perhaps even the year. If you know who's behind this, please let us know!\nMTL Blog reader ClearChannel reached out to us on Twitter to find out what the deal is with the tiny pink cabin on top of the abandoned factory and here's what we know so far.\nWe spoke to Justin, owner of Riverside Bar in St-Henri and asked him if he knew what's up.\n"I'm interested to know what's going on myself! We don't have anything to do with it. The owner of the abandoned factory recently put up a fence to prevent people from jumping into the area," says Justin.\n"The fence was put up along the whole property. It's a popular spot and people love to take pictures. And people obviously still try to go inside. But I know the owner and he does a really good job of keeping everybody out."\n@mtlblog @mtlgazette @CTVMontreal The old Canada Malting Plant at the Lachine Canal. Photos were taken on Sept. 12, 18 and today the 27th 2019. Who is painting those structures at the top of the Plant? Last week the shed was painted on one side, now at least 2 & the other cabin? pic.twitter.com/fExE2wCLP7— ClearChannel (@channel_clear) September 27, 2019\nJustin tells us that the owner of the factory has barricaded the first three floors of the building.\n"It's impossible — well, I guess almost impossible, to get into the factory. There's a welder that comes in all the time to inspect the building and make sure it's safe."\nThe plot thickens, however, as Justin tells us that Riverside is undergoing some minor renovations...including a fresh coat of paint.\nSeptember 30th between 2:15 & 2:30 PM. That’s 3 sides painted so I must assume the 4th side is painted also, all in pink with what appears to be green window curtains. The smaller cabin painted a bright red. many questions but no answers. pic.twitter.com/BrZ636zt5n— ClearChannel (@channel_clear) September 30, 2019\n"I'm very curious because we bought pink paint."\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's Atwater Market Will Transform Into A Magical Christmas Village This Year\n"At the back, near our basketball court, we have a bunch of renovation materials. We have paint and supplies so I'm curious to see if they took any of our paint," says Justin.\n"Maybe they took our paint. I'd have to go back and check. Obviously, we have absolutely nothing to do with the pink cabin. We have a very good relationship with the owner next door and it's illegal to climb up there, so."\nCorrection: 'Looks like'. Someone is putting curtains in the windows and painting the place up but what purpose? I'm the only one who seems to notice, most don't. That's quite the change from August 16 to September 27, who's doing it? pic.twitter.com/jzmUhk6Bpe— ClearChannel (@channel_clear) September 30, 2019\nMontrealers, of course, have their own theories. Members of the St-Henri Facebook group are trying to figure out what's up with the pink cabin.\nThere's a Bar right at the corner of St. Ambroise street and the St. Remi Tunnel right on the same property next to that Old Plant called Riverside, maybe they have something to do with it? You can even see what appears to like curtains in the windows of that cabin. pic.twitter.com/tKwryysSuP— ClearChannel (@channel_clear) September 30, 2019\nOne user comments that they've seen the "tenant" of the cabin putting up those green curtains and painting the roof of the cabin while they were having a drink at the adjacent Terrasse St-Ambroise.\nAnother user hopes that whoever is painting the cabin finishes the job and paints the whole factory pink.\nWouldn't that be something?\nDo you know what this is all about?\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in Montreal, send us a message, photo, or video @MTLBlog on Twitter and Instagram.