The Pitts Building
|The Pitts Building|
|the Pitts Building
Danversbank [72, 93]
The Pitts Building is a classic example of Brutalist concrete architecture, designed in 1968 by Erno Goldfinger for Malton Borough Council. This landmark building was christened The Pitts by the residents unfortunate enough to live there during the economically grim years of the 1970s and 1980s. The Pitts was granted special Grade II Listed Building status in the late 1990s. Just prior to the zombie outbreak The Pitts had again become popular as a private property investment in the rising markets.
No specific post-outbreak history.
The Pitts Building is a designated EHB safe house. It is maintained by the DRRP in accordance with the Provisional Danversbank Barricade Plan in order to provide a hardened safe house for survivors with the Free Running ability. The nearest VSB entry points should be Twill Alley School (1SE), Athay Crescent Fire Station (1W) and Servatius General Hospital (1N).
Safe, building is EHB, but I don't see a genny here. 9/18/2010