- Left to right:
- 2530 Warren Street (Union Martin LLC, September 2008) (white house at center)
- 2534 Warren Street (N & G Ventures LLC, May 2006, $50,000)
- 2544 Warren Street (VHS Partners LLC, November 2005, $30,000)
Blairmont has a choice here. They could renovate these little HUD houses. This would be ecologically smart, saving the money, material, and energy already vested in the structures.
On the flip side, these are cheaply built dwellings, and now that they're empty, few would lament their passing -- especially if they were replaced by a large-scale urban development.
(Of course, it might have been simpler to simply not empty the houses out in the first place, right?)