With this latest photo dispatch from the southeast corner of Milam and Prairie, Swamplot reader Brie Kelman adds the latest chapter to her ongoing chronicle of the disappearance of the former Houston Chronicle headquarters complex from Downtown. In the month since her last report, 4 or more stories have been taken down from the structure facing Prairie St.; there’s now just a single story left. Not even a complete story, even. Just a few scenes:
These pix were taken last night at 6 p.m. The newspaper’s complex at 801 Texas Ave. consisted of several connected structures.
- Previously on Swamplot: Linbeck Digging In by Market Square as the Chronicle Building Comes Down Next Door; Houston Chronicle Building Opens Up To Passers-By During Downtown Breakdown; Still Life of Downtown Chronicle Building Rubble, and Other Masterworks of Deconstruction; Best Demolition: The 2016 Official Ballot; Lawsuit-Limboed Chronicle Building Now Dressing in Black, Slowly Going to Pieces Downtown; Former Chronicle Building Tunnel Back Open During Demo Limbo; Digging Into the Downtown Tunnel Tussle That Spurred the Hines-Hearst Lawsuit; Hines and Hearst Get Sued Over Planned Demo of Former Houston Chronicle Building
Photos: Brie Kelman