The building, probably most known for it's place on the cover of Pink Floyd's "Animals" album, is destined to become shops, offices and luxury villas, under a Malaysian developer. The towers, the most iconic of the building's features are what's going to be torn down, but, rebuilt again, just as before, including paint from the same source as the original. They need to be demolished because of decay from the coal fumes that ran thru them for decades..
Grew up in the 60's and 70's, college in the 80's, so I sang along to all our Classic Hits when they were 'new!'I'm a graduate of Malabar High School in Mansfield, Ohio, and I graduated Bowling Green State University with a degree in Radio/TV/Film. Radio was the only one that wanted me :)I've been with 3WS since March 19, 1990, and I'm happy to now call Pittsburgh my home -- and the Steelers my football team (after so many years of The Browns!)Hockey's my favorite -- I get to the Pens games whenever I can..I live in Scott Township with our doggies Echo and Blue..