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Day
12
Month
June
Year
1987
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Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 Photographer: Tom Marks

Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1985
Caption
TUMBLING DOWN - The razing of the building housing the former Joe's Star Lounge began Tuesday as a demolition crew moved in with bulldozers, a crane and dump trucks and started leveling the structure on North Main St., just north of Huron. The land is being cleared for the start of construction on the $11.5 million One North Main development - an 11-story office, retail and condominium complex - which will occupy the long-vacant northwest corner of Main and Huron Streets.

Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 Photographer: Tom Marks

Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1985
Caption
TUMBLING DOWN - The razing of the building housing the former Joe's Star Lounge began Tuesday as a demolition crew moved in with bulldozers, a crane and dump trucks and started leveling the structure on North Main St., just north of Huron. The land is being cleared for the start of construction on the $11.5 million One North Main development - an 11-story office, retail and condominium complex - which will occupy the long-vacant northwest corner of Main and Huron Streets.

Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 Photographer: Tom Marks

Demolition Of Joe's Star Lounge, September 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1985
Caption
TUMBLING DOWN - The razing of the building housing the former Joe's Star Lounge began Tuesday as a demolition crew moved in with bulldozers, a crane and dump trucks and started leveling the structure on North Main St., just north of Huron. The land is being cleared for the start of construction on the $11.5 million One North Main development - an 11-story office, retail and condominium complex - which will occupy the long-vacant northwest corner of Main and Huron Streets.