Retrofit abandoned buildings

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#1 The Liberty Hotel, Boston. Formerly the Charles St jail.

#2 My apartment building used to be a school.

#3 Waterpark Tropical Islands in a former airship hangar, Krausnick, Germany

#4 Church turned bookstore (and café) in Zwolle, The Netherlands.

#5 My college used to be a shopping mall

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#6 A 100 year old church in Spain, converted into a skatepark. Paintings by Okuda San Miguel

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance
#7 My school’s library used to be a bank
Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#8 Old apartment complex in Saigon now filled with restaurants and boutique stores

#9 Industrial laundromat to bar. Old Glory, Nashville, TN

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#10 Church repurposed into a climbing gym

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#11 This cement factory in Spain that was converted into a home in 1973 by architect Ricardo Bofill.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#12 Court room that’s now a cafe. Cells are the toilets. St. Albans, England.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#13 Some lucky bastard gets to live in this church

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#14 An old railroad maintenance shop converted to a Brewery

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#15 New York High Line. Old train line now a massive outdoor park.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#16 A Church in Charleston, SC that is now a restaurant

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#17 Host Cafe in London, a church that’s now a cafe

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#18 Old Steel Mill that is a casino.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#19 Fitness center at the Beacon: a luxury apartment complex repurposed from a Hospital.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#20 The Last Bookstore in LA. Originally a bank, the bookstore acts more like a museum with its vaults and unique book sculptures.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#21 My apartment used to be a YMCA.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#22 Burger King in a lovely old house

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#23 A bank repurposed into a gym

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#24 Does this count? A plane that was turned into a house

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#25 Alabama Theater to Bookstop book store now a Trader Joe’s. (Houston, TX)

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#26 A church in St.Louis, Missouri that became an indoor skatepark

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#27 Old church in Maastricht turned into a bookshop.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#28 Church turned into a trampoline park, The Hague, Netherlands

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#29 Former train station near Paris, now a McD’s

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#30 This 100 year old theater in Buenos Aires converted to a bookstore

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#31 A church in St.Louis, Missouri that became an indoor skatepark

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#32Pagony, Budapest. A children’s swimming pool turned into a bar!

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#33 Old mortuary converted into restaurant Linger in Denver, CO. Note the old roller rack that is now a table!

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#34 The church of 8 wheels in San Francisco. Its an old church converted into a skating rink.

Abandoned Buildings Should Always Get A Second Chance

#35 The oldest shopping mall in the USA is now micro-apartments. Built in 1982, Rhode Island.

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