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Historic building water leak floods the Heartside

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Developer says flood won't wash out blueprint

Perhaps because there was no blueprint? I thought this building had finally changed ownership about 6 - 9 months ago.

There has been a hi-lo sitting outside on the Oakes sidewalk for about a year now. Is there anyone at the city (not asleep at the wheel) enforcing code violations downtown?

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I believe this guy was the culprit...

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side comment: Is that a crazy mish-mash of architectural styles or what?

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side comment: Is that a crazy mish-mash of architectural styles or what?

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I think it's pretty cool, but I've never been on the inside.

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The 3rd floor brick color doesn't quite match (which makes me think they added on at some point) but I have always liked this building because it is odd and unique. Glad to hear it didn't cause any major problems for this building (though the United Way, Cooley and Black Rose got shafted).

Joe

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I recieved a comment on that photos flickr page from a gentleman who said the building was originally two stories. It received two seaparate one story additions between then and now.

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Developer says flood won't wash out blueprint

Perhaps because there was no blueprint? I thought this building had finally changed ownership about 6 - 9 months ago.

There has been a hi-lo sitting outside on the Oakes sidewalk for about a year now. Is there anyone at the city (not asleep at the wheel) enforcing code violations downtown?

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