The Lumber Building

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The Lumber Building
VSB, unlit. Update courtesy the EBD
Bob Moncrief EBDW! 12:33, 22 February 2019 (UTC)
the Lumber Building

Richmond Hills [33, 38]

Keniston Grove Bowerman Park wasteland
Gasper Plaza the Lumber Building Alington Street
Cozens Street wasteland St. Mark's Hospital

Basic Info:

Lumber Exchange Building.jpg

A pre-outbreak view of the Lumber Exchange Building, as viewed from the intersection of Gaspar Plaza and Cozens Street.

The Lumber Building

Description

You are standing outside the Lumber Building, a small concrete building with crosses of tape over its windows.

History

Considered "small" when compared to modern skyscrapers, the once impressive original ten story brick and concrete edifice of the Lumber Exchange Building was built in the late 1800's. A later addition of two additional stories occurred in the 1920's, raising the structure to its current height of twelve stories. Originally constructed to function as a center for the lumber and building material trade, it housed the operations of local trading distributors. In the mid-1970's, in the onset of a general decline in local industry, the Lumber Exchange Building continued to function as a trade center for wholesale garment distributors up until the outbreak and quarantine.

Barricade Policy

In accordance with the Richmond Hills Barricade Plan, the Lumber Building is designated as an entry point and should be maintained at Very Strongly Barricaded + 2 (VSB+2).

Current Status



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