Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Work at the Old Warehouse

We're blogging the letter "F" this week over at ABC Wednesday,
 and the FUTURE of this old warehouse came to mind.  

Work progresses on the building, and someday in the FUTURE, 
it will be part of the Riverfront Park Amphitheatre scheduled
 for completion by early 2014. 

Meanwhile, I'm not sure about the FUTURE of this FACADE since it seems
 clearly marked for "No Patching, Future Demo." Does that mean
 the wall is marked for demolition? Time will tell!  

18 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

oh no! it's a great looking wall...save it!

Nicki said...

Visually intriguing location, it will be neat to see the final product.

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

This is one of my favorite photos you've taken. I love the light and colors. It is so interesting, I could stare at it all day!

Jo said...

Great photo -- really nice composition!

SRQ said...

Nice composition with that arch. An amphitheatre sounds nice for the future.

Lowell said...

I'd say it's a pretty good guess that this facade will be going by-by in the not too distant future. And I'll be interesting in seeing what will take its place.

LOLfromPasa said...

I quite like that grand old wall. Funny but I used a wall with an arch in it yesterday. I love this one of yours. It will be fun to see what happens to it.

Meghan said...

I hope they save that great arch.

RamblingRound said...

Well, this is just one of many arches in this old warehouse, and I'm not sure what the final phase of the renovation includes. Just glad the whole building won't be lost.

photowannabe said...

I do hope it is refurbished and not destroyed.

Roger Owen Green said...

hope it doesn't FALL down...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Barbara Farr said...

I love that wall. I hope they don't tear it down.

Jack said...

It sure looks like they are planning to demolish it. Too bad. It has interesting texture and could be good incorporated into the new plans . . . so long as vandals don't litter it with graffiti.

Gina Gao said...

This looks really interesting. I liked this picture very much.

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Ann said...

All the gorgeous colors in the brick--would be a shame to loose it.

Ann

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's intriguing right now in the state it's in. Just so your City saves some of its great -- and historically important -- structures I guess it will be OK with me if they renovate some of the rest of the area (as if I should have anything to say about the matter, LOL)!

bettyl said...

Great shot. I love to see such wonderful remains of a different time.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Can't wait to see the revised structure..

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Rose, ABC Wednesday Team