It was originally a small alleyway row house, the kind you have in Baltimore city. The little tiny ones; you know, the servants would live in the alleyway in a tiny little row house. And over the decades, it had additions put onto it to turn it into an industrial space. So in the end, it was this tiny, just rotted, decayed row house with the back wall cut out, with a large room behind it. And then you'd go to the right and there was a giant warehouse, almost the entire length of the block. It wasn't giant for a warehouse, but it was giant compared to the tiny row house. This huge, empty space that had been disused for, like, 15 years. Before that it was a machine shop, and before that it was god knows what.