Note: Story updated with “after” photo, after the jump.
You can almost see the poor thing quivering: A reader sends this photo of the last few minutes of the life of 219 W. 10th St. in the Heights. The 2,311-sq.-ft. home, dating to 1920, showed up in the Daily Demolition Report on Friday, and it appears that the dirty deed was done earlier this week. This 6,600-sq.-ft. lot is on the corner of W. 10th and Allston, just a few very narrow blocks up and over from those sites where Trammell Crow says it is going to build 2 Alexan apartment complexes.
- Previously on Swamplot: Daily Demolition Report: Stomping Grape, Allston or Nothing: Side Street Now at Center of Alexan Yale Apartment Dispute, A Photo Tour: The 2 Yale St. Lots Where Those 2 Alexan Apartment Complexes Want To Be, A Second Midrise Alexan Planned Right Beside the First One on Yale, A Land Use Counterattack from the Yale St. Alexan Heights, Stealing a Glance at Proposed Alexan Heights on Yale
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