Friday, October 28, 2011

Our Deconstruction Project

Posted By on Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 12:03 AM

Downtown denizens have probably taken note of our ongoing construction project here at the Source. We've fielded a few questions already about just what the hell is going on at 704 Georgia, so we figured we'd go right to the source of all this consternation, our contractor Paul Biskup, to explain why the building seems to be disappearing one brick at a time.

In case you can't make out Paul's response from the video due to the ambient traffic noise (who knew cars made so much noise) he's explaining that most of the bricks on the building were essentially falling off.

So to be clear, the Source is not, moving, closing or otherwise disappearing. We're just cleaning house and hope to have everything back in place before the snow flies.

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