Flip This [Old City] Hall
by NineInchNachos on 8/27/2013 @ 2:21pm
|do it already!
by fredo on 8/27/2013 @ 2:34pm
That's pretty funny RR. Say, how are things going down at your new business? Why don't you post a few pictures of Tinkertopia?
by Erik on 8/27/2013 @ 4:09pm
|Save Old City Hall before it is too late and it goes the way of the Luzon.|
Given it's continual deteriorating condition year after year. I give Old City Hall a 50 percent chance of surviving.
by Jesse on 8/27/2013 @ 4:53pm
|I don't think the OCH is doomed anytime soon. What may be doomed, within our lifetimes, is the clock tower. It affords a developer very little square footage for the amount of upkeep it will eventually (today!) need.|
The only way this structure stays intact, over the next half century, is if the city buys it. I suggest making a... City Hall out of it!
by NineInchNachos on 8/27/2013 @ 5:24pm
|Thanks Fredo! |
catch Tinkertopia news here on fb!
by cisserosmiley on 8/28/2013 @ 9:17am
|Citizens could also form a corporation & buy it ourselves.|
by NineInchNachos on 9/8/2013 @ 8:37am
by fredo on 9/8/2013 @ 4:00pm
Once again we see the liberals failing to seize a wonderful opportunity to purchase a distressed property at what would probably be a bargain basement price.
by NineInchNachos on 9/8/2013 @ 4:04pm
|Somebody needs to hit the landlord over the head or something. I think he is still holding out for big money... should have foreclosed long ago|
by fredo on 9/8/2013 @ 5:09pm
The problem with the plan to have the city make the repairs and putting a lien on the property is that the repair bill may exceed the value of the property. For example: what if it costs $10M for the city to repair the roof, the bathrooms and the stairway and the property ends ups selling at auction for $5M? Who is going to satisfy the deficiency?
by NineInchNachos on 9/8/2013 @ 6:29pm
by NineInchNachos on 9/14/2013 @ 9:52am