According to city housing officials, contractors didn’t have a permit when they demolished a historic building in West Baltimore last week. The 32,400-square-foot property was valued at $696,533 as of July 2017 which had been vacant since 2013 due to disrepair. It also suffered a fire in 2015 that required over 100 firefighters to extinguish.
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