White building on Main gets demolished


The white building at 102 S. Main Street was demolished on Friday, Aug. 7, as part of the Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Strategy. The Piqua City Commission approved the demolition at their meeting on July 7, 2015. During that meeting, the city of Piqua Economic Development Director Justin Sommer explained that the building’s roof was “partially collapsed.” Sommer also stated that the building was in over all poor condition and could not be saved. It was recommended for demolition.


Sam Wildow | Daily Call

The white building at 102 S. Main Street was demolished on Friday, Aug. 7, as part of the Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Strategy. The Piqua City Commission approved the demolition at their meeting on July 7, 2015. During that meeting, the city of Piqua Economic Development Director Justin Sommer explained that the building’s roof was “partially collapsed.” Sommer also stated that the building was in over all poor condition and could not be saved. It was recommended for demolition.

The white building at 102 S. Main Street was demolished on Friday, Aug. 7, as part of the Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Strategy. The Piqua City Commission approved the demolition at their meeting on July 7, 2015. During that meeting, the city of Piqua Economic Development Director Justin Sommer explained that the building’s roof was “partially collapsed.” Sommer also stated that the building was in over all poor condition and could not be saved. It was recommended for demolition.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2015/08/web1_CMYK-Main-Street-demo.jpgThe white building at 102 S. Main Street was demolished on Friday, Aug. 7, as part of the Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Strategy. The Piqua City Commission approved the demolition at their meeting on July 7, 2015. During that meeting, the city of Piqua Economic Development Director Justin Sommer explained that the building’s roof was “partially collapsed.” Sommer also stated that the building was in over all poor condition and could not be saved. It was recommended for demolition. Sam Wildow | Daily Call