Demolition Clock Still Ticking On Venerable Bank Building

by Allan Appel | Jun 18, 2018 3:01 pm | Comments (1)

Allan Appel PhotoAmong fourth-year urban planning student Seamus Joyce-Johnson’s favorite buildings to visit in New Haven is a 1948-era late Art Deco or “art moderne” structure on Elm Street near Orange — the long vacant, old Webster bank building at 80 Elm St.

He’s going to have to make a lot of visits within the next month or two, because the demolition clock is ticking away.

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