|First it looked like this.
|Then more of it fell on its own.
|And, finally the unit was torn down, but what was left looked none too sturdy.
This Spring has brought some very strong winds and now I am watching the further demise of the remaining portion of the building.
On a happier building note, there is a row of buildings that have been being rehabbed. When last I posted about them they looked like this:
|The dumpster had disappeared but it came back
|Windows . . .
Now there is another building on my daily commute that is being worked on. I can't tell if it is still being used or not. I had noticed the building before mostly because it had no windows.
|The signage said, "Cavalier Products" and you can see the detail of a cavalier above the doors. I hadn't even thought about the building having a false front until it started to come off.
|Now, I could see the details of the building from once upon a time.
I wonder what is going to happen to this building next? Is it getting a new facelift or what?
There is so much going on in my little eight and a half mile commute, and that doesn't even include the traffic. Speaking of traffic, it has actually lightened up on some of my route. There has been a speed reduction on Arsenal Street next to Tower Grove Park.