At about 350 feet long and 20 feet high, the wall makes up the north side of the rectangular building.
The building’s low-key front opens onto Second Street, and a rough-looking loading dock faces Maple Street. The building’s second entry opens onto Broadway.
The bricks at the Broadway end of the alley are variegated, with a darker red color. They’re also a different size than the older bricks further down. The seam where the new and old bricks come together was evidently a challenge: you can see that five of the smaller new bricks add up to the same height as four of the older bricks, so the grout joints merge every 4-5 lines in a sort of crooked dovetail pattern.
Overall it’s a great wall for the Esco Alley Art project.