Then, when the Culver Viaduct rehabilitation project got underway, construction crews knocked off the top portion of the building.
Then they took all of the brick off of it.
Then they bricked/rebuilt the building and left it to look like this for approximately one year.
Then for some odd reason construction crews took down all of the year old brickwork.
Finally, after being knocked down and rebuilt twice, it currently looks like this. We appreciate that they put up the old graffiti covered stones at the top of the building this time around.
We can’t help but wonder if there is room in the budget for the building to get torn down and rebuilt for a third time. Maybe even just to have the project go over budget. It would almost be a shame if it wasn’t.