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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Hamilton Square Stripped Bare

The tower at Hamilton Square is almost entirely stripped clean of the old facade.

Below, looking north from the corner of Eighth street and McWilliams Place.

Rubble along the base of the tower on McWilliams Place, looking east.

The old foundations of the hospital are now exposed. Pavonia Avenue will be restored along the base of the tower in the background.



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