Originally Posted by Ted Lyons
First I've heard of this but it explains the demolition permit requests for the buildings currently on the property.
“[The developers] got a real significant uphill battle on this one from the standpoint of process if they’re going to come in and propose that they’re going to demolish any or all of those homes,” Kozachik said.
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While the buildings are probably important to some people, Vint added, he hopes people will also become attached to the hotel if the proposal passes.
Wonder what the material is on the side of the building. Regardless, I'm sick of seeing exposed floors.
Yes, it sure would be a shame to get rid of this
I'm not a huge fan of that hotel's design with that color and the exposed floors, but I do think it's leaps and bounds better than the buildings that are standing there now.
I mean, I'm all for keeping the character of old buildings and whatnot, but the building has to have other words associated with it besides dilapidated.