GREEN BAY - The walls started coming down at the site of a former strip club in Green Bay Thursday.
Crews began demolishing The Body Shop on the corner of N. Monroe Ave. and Main St.
The work is expected to be completed later this month.
The site will become a parking lot until a developer decides what to do with it.
Green Bay's mayor said there are many options for it in the future.
"Anything from a more active coffee shop to maybe something a little larger. We always talk about a downtown grocery store; I think this should be an option for them, this corner. We own some of the land here and we're talking to the other owners about it,” said Mayor Jim Schmitt.
The city bought the property from its previous owner. It paid less than the $208,000 assessment value, plus the adult entertainment license.
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