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Bobar-ed ceiling tiles in the Bobar

Bobar-ed ceiling tiles in the Bobar

As mentioned earlier, the Bobar was set below the water table, which apparently created a moisture control nightmare. These ceiling tiles clearly did not accumulate this much damage in the less-than-a-year that the place had remained vacant. Water damaged ceiling tiles abound amidst ornate chandeliers, vases, and paintings. In my opinion, this was a major error in resource allocation!

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