Only six months after the October groundbreaking for the new Chinatown Eastern Tower Community Center project ERASERHOOD has obtained a copy of the artist’s conception for a second tower in the Chinatown North neighborhood. Our source required complete anonymity before agreeing to meet with us. The image, labeled simply, “Callowhill Containment Facility #1,” depicts what looks like an extremely large building planned for a site in the vicinity of 10th and Carlton Streets. (If the scale of the illustration is accurate, this building would be even larger than the Terminal Commerce Building, former headquarters of the Reading Railroad, located at Broad and Callowhill Streets.)
When asked if this was planned as a residential development, our source paused for a moment before answering, “not exactly.” Further queries regarding the purpose of this strange looking building were ignored. The source did admit the document was obtained while serving as an intern for a large law-enforcement agency.
Before fleeing, the source mumbled something about a glass box and somebody named Judy, finishing our interview with the cryptic phrase, “Callowhill isn’t exactly Nightvale, but still…”
Gordon Cole could not be reached for comment.