Originally Posted by Visualize
Thanks for the pics, I enjoy getting to see all these projects through your lens. A little repetitive architecturally, but look really nice overall. I feel you can almost never go wrong with brick. The urban wall created along with the parking garage is pretty impressive when contrasted with when my friends manufactured home used to be there. BSU is going to be a monster some day.
I've never been a huge fan of brick but pragmatically, it makes dang good siding if you plan on owning the place for 100 years. The weak point is the mortar, but that too lasts for decades.
Yep, thx for the pics Sawtooth. I haven't been over to Lincoln St for a while. It looks like something you'd see back east. Brick row houses in Baltimore, DC, Philly and NYC were common in, what, the late 1800s?
I think This Old House did a series on the rehab of a brick row house last year.