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October 17, 2012

Real wrecking ball + faux log cabin

It really isn't a Rochester landmark per say, but I'd guess most people who drive North Broadway regularly know what building I mean when I say "That fake log cabin by Silver Lake."

If you don't knowLogcabin it, there no reason to become to familiar with it at this point. That's because it is not long for this world.

A demolition permit has been filed for "…the cabin being used as an office" at 1214 N. Broadway. For an estimated $8,000 in demolition costs, it is being scraped away to add three more parking spaces.

There was an Allstate Insurance based there, but they're not there now.

It certainly isn't an ear of corn tower or the pig on Cheap Charlie's, but it is colorful piece of faux Med City landscape that's going away soon.

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Thank you for the heads up.

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