No one can see, touch or live in the rowhouses at 5-19 West 29th Street anymore.
They were knocked down earlier this month by Johns Hopkins University, which acquired them methodically over the past two decades.
Thanks to 3-D modeling specialist Taylor Houlihan, however, you can see and experience – virtually – what these 111-year-old structures in Charles Village were like in their final days.
And not just from photos shot from the street.
Through drone-scanning and photogrammetry, Houlihan produced a three-dimensional version of these seven historic rowhouses that you can pick up and rotate like a toy.