Below is a google image of some small brick office buildings that were just torn down in Port Huron (1900 block Pine Grove Avenue, east side). This image does not do the buildings and property justice, but I did not get photos of my own before the razing. In person, they (and the property generally) looked much better. While they weren’t terribly old, they were quaint, brick, human-sized buildings that you just don’t see that often anymore. By their presence they acknowledged small business, and they could’ve been even more inviting if the parking lot had been improved with some landscaping. While new “strip malls” and single-building enterprises are popping up in Port Huron, they don’t have the human-environmental quality that this group of small office buildings had. There are plenty of ugly retail buildings in Port Huron, and the fresh strip malls could very well be the eyesores of tomorrow.