housing and have been completed. The building, which , is now re-bricked in a much darker color.
An employee from Sherwin Williams confirmed Saturday that the store has re-opened with normal business hours this week. Both businesses were closed following the brick tumble due to safety concerns about the condition of the front of the building.
Ultimately, the remaining brick that did not fall was removed and the the building was re-bricked during the last two and a half months.
The crash came only about a week after Mack Avenue Grille opened. The former Mack Avenue Diner was sold, remodeled and had the menu altered. During its first week, the restaurant often appeared busy and had a waiting list for dinner on the weekend.
The Grille was not yet re-open Saturday. Patch is attempting to get in touch with the owner to find out when the restuarant will return to normal hours.