Comment 64158

By Pxtl (registered) - website | Posted May 28, 2011 at 21:07:51

From what I'd heard, any historical significance to the building had already been destroyed (bricks laid over hardwood floor, classic facade replaced with tackiness) and the structural state of the building was unworkable.

Tearing it down isn't the problem. This is exactly the kind of building that should be torn down.

The problem is what happens next. If a new building was going up in its place with new storefronts, I wouldn't bat an eye. But we all know that won't happen. It will remain an alleyway that the property owner will rent a few parking spots to the neighbors, and that's it.

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