AOPAD 28: Still there


Purely business it was. And not for old times’ sake I found myself back there again, 28 years after first stepping on the premises. It’s puzzling why the rather run-down building, which sits on prime land and doesn’t seem to fall under any heritage protection, hasn’t been demolished (yet) to make way for yet another condominium. In fact, it’s completely surrounded by condominiums now. Perhaps it’s demolishment by a thousand cuts – three-quarters of the football field has been boarded up for cranes and other birds. (Ok, just kidding, only the cranes.)

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