The owner added that he had cleaned up the outside of the building last fall, and was considering putting it up for sale. However, he said that he had problems with vandals, which can make a building hard to sell.
In total, Miller estimated the damage to be possibly a few thousand dollars.
From here, he said the next step is just to clean up the mess and see what the city wanted him to do.
“The city will probably give me directions on what they want me to do. So I’ll just have to wait for them to give their blessing or non-blessing,” he said.
“I’m just glad that nobody got hurt,” he also said. “That’s the main thing.”
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The cause of the collapse is unknown.