After a building partially collapsed in Creighton in July, the owners have decided to rebuild the structure.
The north wall of the building, which most recently was Mimi's Boutique and previously Salmen Hardware & Furniture Store, came down just before 10:30 p.m on July 12.
Heather Mosley owns the building and was relived that no one was hurt and the tenants are able to get their belongings back.
"We wanted to make sure everyone was safe," Mosley said. "And we are thankful for everyone that helped out and we appreciate it."
Mosley was told by a structural engineer that the building's mortar between the bricks was crumbling, but only on the outside. The building can be fixed and Mosley is planning to remodel the lower apartments soon.
The building dates back to 1880's.
"It is an older building, but I didn't expect it to crumble the way that it did." Mosley explained.
Professionals will look at the building today to plan the rebuilding process.