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December 17, 2010



These are wonderful shots and show the potential of this building. It is mostly dark and dreary without much foot traffic.

If the roof could be replaced with a glass atrium type, letting in light, this could be an amazing space for anything, including Farmer's Market, fashion shows or the like. It could also be a wonderful open air restaurant- imagine a retractable roof. With some small changes in the details on the outer facade, it could really be a great building and asset to the avenue. The bones are there.

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