An afternoon fire destroyed an early 1900's building in downtown Rockford this weekend. Rockford Fire Department took aerial photos to survey the damage and we've got the pics.

A century-old building in downtown Rockford that was once a thriving furniture company will be demolished after a fire on Sunday. The fire required over a dozen units from Rockford Fire Department and took over an hour to contain. According to WIFR, fire spread to BMO Harris Bank Center roof but was quickly extinguished.

Here are some of the photos used to assess the fire and damage at the old Hanley Furniture Co. building, posted by Rockford Fire Department on Instagram.

The building that was purchased by Urban Equity Properties in 2013, to be developed into residential lofts, suffered $200,000 in damage and will be demolished. The building is connected to Mag Pie Restaurant and J-Bears Place.



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