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Midland, TX Apartments
< on 8/11/2015 10:18 PM >
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I scouted this place all day driving by and parking for a while looking for some activity. Through the windows it looked like it had been worked on and there were new windows. I found an easy entrance and came back in the afternoon when I was sure that nobody was there.

The place looked like a halfway house or apartments. There was a common area, common kitchen, common bathroom and 2 bedrooms. This was repeated throughout the complex, upstairs and down.

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Re: Midland, TX Apartments
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Interesting location. You're right--the windows do look new...but that's about the only thing that does. Judging from some of the interior details, I would guess this building originated in the 60's, maybe??

There sure was a concentrated amount of turds in that one room. Wonder what's up with that.

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