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Del Taco Demolition Plan Leaves Bad Taste In My Mouth

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 03:08 AM
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by Eric last modified Jul 01, 2011

The planned demolition of an architecturally significant 1967 flying-saucer shaped Del Taco restaurant in St. Louis (once a filling station) has Mid-century Modernists and people interested with transparent government up in arms. Seems developers are trying to skirt the public eye and tear down the building quickly and quietly--even though it's on the National Register of Historic Places. Read the murky story about how this building's uncertain future here. Thanks to Friends of Kebyar Facebook...




 

 

Picture 6 The planned demolition of an architecturally significant 1967 flying-saucer shaped Del Taco restaurant in St. Louis (once a filling station) has Mid-century Modernists and people interested with transparent government up in arms. Seems developers are trying to skirt the public eye and tear down the building quickly and quietly--even though it's on the National Register of Historic Places. Read the murky story about how this building's uncertain future here. Thanks to Friends of Kebyar Facebook page for bringing this story to light.

Image via stltoday.com



 

 

 
 
 

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