Old Entrance


It's Wednesday doorways and I have the former entrance to a law firm for you. This building isn't very old, but I guess it just hasn't found the right tenants yet. Let's hope they find someone soon, or I'm afraid this place will get old before its time.

12 comments:

Olivier said...

un beau reflet d'arbre dans la vitre de cette vieille entree (qui est a une belle porte, j'espere qu'elle sert encore)

Louis la Vache said...

What?! The law firm of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe no longer occupies this office?

;-D

Jim Klenke said...

I bet it doesnt come cheap.

Dorothy said...

That could be a very inviting entrance if someone would just spruce it up a little. I hate it when people let perfectly good buildings lie vacant.

B SQUARED said...

Unfortunately, a sign of the times.

Halcyon said...

Louis: That internationally known law firm has not made its way to Jackson yet. But I'm on the lookout!

This building is actually not that old. I'd say it was built within the last five years. But the location is probably not the best and we have so many empty strip malls and offices here that it will probably sit un-used for some time to come.

Small City Scenes said...

A nice looking entrance. So sad to see empty buildings---too many nowadays. MB

Tricia said...

I would love to have some wooden doors like that on my house - they're gorgeous! And you're right, if someone doesn't do some maintenance soon, that place will be an eyesore!
But I'll gladly take the doors off their hands! LoL!

VP said...

A nice door with fine reflections for a very massive wall. Love the brickwork either...

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

A law firm? It looks like the front entrance to a school. Nice tuck point. Lovethe refelction and the old fashioned wall lamp.

Elettra said...

Too bad because it seems a good place

Jacob said...

This is iconic, I think. All over the country, beautiful buildings are standing vacant.

What really impresses me about this shot are the reflections in the window! Very nice!