Before and after: The New Albany Tribune building, 303 Scribner Drive.

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Matt Chalfant’s finished product …

… and as it appeared just before Chalfant got to work.

Courtesy of the library, here is the architect’s rendition from … the early 1960s? My usual on-line source at the New Albany Historic Preservation Commission can’t help us here, as the building lies outside the downtown historic district — and I was too lazy to visit the Indiana Room and find out more about it.

Sorry, but I must yell: MARKET STREET IS A TWO-WAY STREET IN THIS DRAWING.

We know that HWC Engineering will be occupying one whole floor of the rehabbed building. It’s simply amazing what windows can do on both sides of the elevator shaft.

(Update: I’m told that Kids ‘R’ Great Pediatrics is to be a tenant, too)

Previous satire:

News and Tribune to sell its building and relocate NA HQ to a handy laptop at Quills.

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