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Landmark ‘Red Cross House’ in Westfield Demolished, Building Plans on Hold

April 1, 2018

WESTFIELD, NJ — A landmark building at 321 Elm St. that once housed the local Red Cross was demolished last week, making way for new construction.

Neal Acito, who sits on the Historic Preservation Commission, captured the demolition on video:

The property is owned by Ralph Rapuano of Elegant Homes and is zoned for a two-family residence, according to Town Planner Donald Sammet.

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