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Lee & Cates Glass Inc. formerly occupied the building, but moved after a fire in 2003. The developer plans to remove the metal siding to expose the brick below.

Council OKs sale of LaVilla building; developer plans grocery, apartments

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018 |

Lee & Cates Glass Inc. formerly occupied the building, but moved after a fire in 2003. The developer plans to remove the metal siding to expose the brick below.

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A Lee & Cates Glass sign remains inside the building. The company was the last occupant of the structure.

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018 |

A Lee & Cates Glass sign remains inside the building. The company was the last occupant of the structure.

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A Lee & Cates Glass sign remains inside the building. The company was the last occupant of the structure.

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A Lee & Cates Glass sign remains inside the building. The company was the last occupant of the structure.

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Graffiti covers the exterior of the building at 905 W. Forsyth St. in LaVilla near Downtown.

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018 |

Graffiti covers the exterior of the building at 905 W. Forsyth St. in LaVilla near Downtown.

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The original red brick can be found inside the structure. On the exterior, developer Paul Sifton said he plans to expose as much of the brick as possible.

Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018 |

The original red brick can be found inside the structure. On the exterior, developer Paul Sifton said he plans to expose as much of the brick as possible.

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