And a few walls in Clay County are coming down as well.
A construction crew was in Brazil Tuesday to begin the process of taking down a piece of county history, Adamson's Dry Cleaning business, 608 W. National Ave., Brazil.
Owner Fred Adamson closed the business, which had operated in Brazil for 60 years, in late 2007.
On Tuesday, Adamson said he had a somber feeling watching the building come down.
"I'm adjusted to it now," he said. "I went through a lot of turmoil (early on), but I've reconciled myself."
Adamson got into the laundry business in 1948, starting with a coin laundry shop in Brazil. He branched out into dry cleaning in the 1960s.
Mike Wood, crane operator for Casey-Bertram, a wrecking crew based in Indianapolis, began the demolishing process Tuesday morning at 9:30. He said he planned to work from the back of the building to the front and that it may take a week to 10 days to complete.
Adamson said the building had stood in the area since 1905.
Despite closing the dry cleaning business, Adamson still operates Adamson's Fabric Care Services, 711 E. National Ave., Brazil.
Adamson said the lot on the west-end of Brazil, however, will go up for sale, along with the laundry service that resides next to it.