It's razing season in Cleveland, it seems. With a couple of smaller downtown buildings already down and the Cold Storage Building gone from the skyline, demolition continues.
If you haven't been down Prospect in downtown Cleveland in a little bit, you may have missed the progress on tearing down the Columbia Building, which as you remember, was voted for extinction by the Landmark Commission to make room for Dan Gilbert's printing press.
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