BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The former home of jazz musician Cab Calloway is no longer standing in west Baltimore.
The city demolished the home — which was deemed structurally unsound — on Druid Hill Avenue on Saturday after a long battle with the Calloway family.
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The family wanted to preserve the home as a historical spot, but the city chose to move forward with demolition and plans to redevelop the area.