MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - Folks living in downtown Memphis will be saying good-bye to a major eye-sore.
The city plans to tear down the property located at 118 Madison, right on the corner between Main and Second.
A portion of Madison Avenue has been partially closed for more than a year after part of the building collapsed.
A judge approved an order April 10 allowing the city to demolish the building. The city also plans to place a lien on the property while the owners decide how to repay for repairs as well as the demolition.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton was in court calling for something to be done, citing concerns from area business owners.
It's unclear when the demolition process will start.