Originally Posted by RCDC
Some more exterior pics here
, also maps
. Would be interested to see some interior shots.
Thanks. I thought he may have just posted an unflattering angle of it, but that's actually the best view. There simply isn't much to the building (architecturally) beyond what it was used for.
This building wouldn't be possible to renovate. If you wanted creative residential and/or office space, you could cut some light courts into it and make it work. If you wanted to renovate it with the exterior, as is, you could reuse it as a warehouse or for storage. You know, house some internet service provider and its servers and such.
But, yeah, architecturally, there isn't a lot of "there" there, if you know what I mean. It's certainly not the preservation hill I would find myself wanting to die on, but more power to a person if they can save it, because reuse in and off itself is most often a plus for the environment, at least.