These three pictures taken August 2009. The first looking up Littleton Ave from West Market St. A studio for a church cable TV channel has been in the 1968 office building that is off this picture to the right. At this time the building and property was owned by a church. They were mostly using the southern part that had been an office, as seen in the second picture.
A picture looking into the parking lot and rear of building. I was standing on 11th Ave just west of S. 6th St.
On a visit in April 2012 I came upon the church removing their remaining posessions. These two pictures were taken on this visit.
Looking to the south on Littleton Avenue
The factory rear. The church put some pattern on the wall.
On a visit on April 19, 2013 I found that demolition had started on the factory building. I spoke with a couple of the workmen. It was all to come down. The property is to become the PSE&G Fairmount Heights Switching Station. It is a nice large site at the top of the hill in Newark. Far from any flooding. Site remediation will be cheaper for such a use over residential. And PSE&G has the expertise to remediate.
Looking to the south on Littleton Avenue you can see here that they have removed the windows in the northern part.
A view from the parking lot in back.