Four State Street Buildings To Become Housing
Jun05

Four State Street Buildings To Become Housing

There’s finally some clarity for a group of last-century office buildings that have been languishing under the weight of leaky roofs and pigeon poop for close to a decade. The area around the 200 block of South State Street has been the home to an assortment of buildings that were once the workplaces of thousands of productive citizens, before they were scooped up by the feds as a planned expansion of the nearby Federal Center....

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State Street’s Urban Decay: Your Tax Dollars Not At Work
Jan17

State Street’s Urban Decay: Your Tax Dollars Not At Work

A few days ago we ran an article about a trio of buildings on State Street, owned by the federal government, that were recently renovated thanks to $25 million in stimulus spending.  That led to a handful of e-mails from people inquiring about some of the other federally-owned buildings on State Street that are in a tragic state of repair. Most notable is 202 South State Street.  Originally built as the Buck & Rayner Building, it...

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