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Whirligig Station's brick exterior cleaned

Posted 1/16/20

Michael Gilormini and Casey Garst brush water and muriatic acid on the Whirligig Station apartment building's red brick facade Thursday morning. The brick on the historic Hi Dollar Tobacco Warehouse …

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Whirligig Station's brick exterior cleaned

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Michael Gilormini and Casey Garst brush water and muriatic acid on the Whirligig Station apartment building's red brick facade Thursday morning. The brick on the historic Hi Dollar Tobacco Warehouse is being cleaned of a century's worth of grime. Waukeshaw Development has redeveloped the 64,000 square-foot warehouse into 94 individual apartments in a $12 million renovation project.

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