This one hurts. Although the Yellow Warehouse was never of any real architectural significance, it was a handsome, solid building nonetheless (despite its garish paint job). More importantly, it was arguably the most visible component of what was until now an incredibly intact streetscape of turn-of-the-century architecture along the North Main strip.
The building might have been falling apart, but its character will never be duplicated. Demolition is taking quite a while, so you have time to go and say your final goodbyes before it’s gone forever.