See smaller The 1911 McClung addition, which survived the 2007 fire on its east, and the 2014 fire on its west, appeared for a few days as if it might be salvaged. However, when an engineering firm’s damage report suggested the possibility of collapse, and recommended either upper-floor stabilization, which would likely have been costly, or demolition, the city opted for the latter.

Photo by David Luttrell

The 1911 McClung addition, which survived the 2007 fire on its east, and the 2014 fire on its west, appeared for a few days as if it might be salvaged. However, when an engineering firm’s damage report suggested the possibility of collapse, and recommended either upper-floor stabilization, which would likely have been costly, or demolition, the city opted for the latter.

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