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Pile Of Rubble: Photos as Former Car Dealership, Concert Venue is Knocked Down

The building on the 600 block of Scott Boulevard that was originally a car dealership and then a variety of nightclubs including In Town, the Mad Hatter, and most recently (and very quickly) Bangarang's, came tumbling down on Thursday.

The structure also had a reception hall in the back known as the Point Pavilion. 

The building's demise follow the demolition of its next door neighbor, the structure that housed a paper company for many years before most recently being home to horses that pull carriages through the city.

Both buildings were razed to make way for the eventual construction of a health education facility associated with Gateway Community & Technical College.

The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky's building will also be razed but no work will begin there until a new home is found for the shelter.

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Photos by RCN staff