Mayor Charlie Hales doesn't have a home for homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too after all.
A month after debuting a warehouse at 320 NW Hoyt St. and urging camp leaders to move indoors, Hales has abandoned the idea after learning the cost of tenant improvements on the building: $335,000.
"That was simply a hurdle too high," Hales spokesman Dana Haynes tells WW. "That site's just not going to work."
The mayor revealed the vacant 29,100-square-foot warehouse to media in December as an alternative—chosen by Pearl District developers Homer Williams and Dike Dame—to a parking lot under the Broadway Bridge known as "Lot 7."