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Mirro 'eyesore' may finally disappear

Manager hopes to demolish empty cookware plant by end of year

7:25 PM, Jan. 7, 2013
The nearly 1 million-square-foot Mirro building in downtown Manitowoc consists of several structures built over several decades beginning more than a century ago. It may be in its final months.
The nearly 1 million-square-foot Mirro building in downtown Manitowoc consists of several structures built over several decades beginning more than a century ago. It may be in its final months.
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A decade after abandonment and more than a century after initial construction, the blighted and vacant mammoth downtown Mirro manufacturing plant may finally be coming down.

"I can't promise and don't want to raise false hopes ... .but I am optimistic we'll have that building down by the end of the year," said Nick Ghere, property manager for Niagara Worldwide, a Wisconsin company with several abandoned plants in its portfolio.

Eric Spirtas is company president and the St. Louis businessman who bought the 900,000-square-foot plant for $200 in 2006. It was initially sold in 2004 by ...

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