Perlman Place, Baltimore (US)

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 16.04.2010

Perlman Place, Baltimore (US) — Residential Urbex

We are losing them all!

Work crews began demolishing 67 houses on an East Baltimore block that once was targeted for luxury rowhouses but now has “the highest concentration of blight in the city,” according to city officials.

Around 10 a.m., Mayor Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake took the controls of an excavator owned by P&J Contracting Co. and took the first swipes at the façade of 1979 Perlman Place, at the corner of Sinclair Lane. As a P&J employee sprayed the collapsing building with a high-powered hose to fend off dust, the home’s walls and floors collapsed inward.

Baltimore Sun article here

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