Bob Singleton, of the Greater Astoria Historical Society and the friends group, said he wouldn’t comment before hearing from the owners, one of whom is Philip Loria of an Astoria-based law firm, but noted there is a great love for the structure.
Last May, when they bought the mansion, he said they don’t plan to tear it down.
“We want to create a win-win for everyone,” Loria said.
After multiple attempts to contact Loria, an employee at Loria & Associates said Wednesday that he does not plan to comment on the matter for a while.
Oh you want plans? Well, take a look. It ain't pretty.