From the NY Post:
Concrete rubble from the famed designer's Southampton manse Dragon's Head, which is being torn down, will be recycled and used to pave the village's roads, officials said yesterday.
A demolition crew began reducing the mansion to a mammoth pile of rocks this week to make way for the designer's sleek replacement.
Southampton Village Building Department officials estimated the cost of the demolition at $150,000 and said much of the gargantuan estate will be turned into crushed concrete for an upcoming roadwork project and shredded wood for mulch.
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Demolished LI mansion to be recycled
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:48 AM
Labels: calvin klein, demolition, mansion, southampton
That's so green of him. Thanks for the paving material, Calvin.
Use it for the casino.
Apparently you care or you wouldn't have wasted your time posting a comment about it.
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