We passed by 200 Smith Street, at Baltic, just yesterday, and noticed that demolition of the three-story building was underway. Today a tipster sent in this photo with the demolition almost totally complete. There are no building permits for demolition (they appear to be going the Alt 1 route) but it looks like it’ll remain a three floor, two-unit building. Other than the original building looking kinda crappy and rundown, is anyone away of any more pressing reason (like structural problems or a fire) that would have necessitated a tear-down? GMAP P*Shark DOB
Photo by Eugene Gannon
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