Sunday, January 20, 2008 , Updated 12:16 p.m., January 22, 2008
UPDATED x 2: Historic Hard Rock Cafe building in Dallas gets the axe
Designated a "most endangered historic place" in 2007, it turns out the danger was all too real. UPDATE: We hear from the developer and Scott Dorn sends a photo gallery.
Hard Rock Cafe demolition pics by Scott Dorn
DALLAS A group of onlookers that included a former member of the facility's wait staff turned out Saturday morning (Jan. 19) to watch as work crews using a mechanized excavator began tearing down the old Hard Rock Cafe in Uptown Dallas.
The building - which used to house the McKinney Avenue Baptist Church before it was converted into a popular local nightspot and performance venue - made Preservation Dallas' 2007 list of most endangered historic places. Developer Brett Landes bought the property last year after the Hard Rock gave up the ghost in March.
posted by JM
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