OKAYYYY... I'm listening.
Someone was doing a proposal and they're looking for a way to use a building they're decommissioning.
Now, for the record, I work with wastewater engineers. Sewer guys. Yeah, ugh, THAT stuff. They try to find the fastest, most efficient and cost effective way to turn dirty, stinky waste back into useable water to help mankind and the planet.
It is so super-cool... you can go up to the balcony and see the cream city brick walls and the old floors. Those boards sticking out are floor joists for the second story.
This is the front patio, and it was such a beautiful day, I sat in an orange chair and drank my tea and ate a coffee cake muffin in the warm air.
Check out the front entrance...
Here's a guy working right next to the old pump station equipment. You don't really want to know what that equipment did when it was working, but it looks pretty cool now!
And right across the street is the Yacht Club and Lake Michigan.
The front patio...
And an old water wheel. A nice architectural feature of the back parking lot.