A prominent home on Texas A&M's sorority row is no longer part of the landscape.
The Zeta Tau Alpha house was demolished early Thursday morning.
The house was recently deemed unsafe, and it was cheaper for the sorority to rebuild.
"It's kind of sad," a Zeta Tau Alpha member said.
Dozens of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority sisters watched closely. They clutched cameras and each other, marking one more memory made together.
"There are a lot of good memories and everything there, but in a way I think we're just going be better and improve from it," a Zeta Tau Alpha member said.
Zetas now and Zetas then travelled from across Texas to catch the demolition.
"You can't take away our memories, but you can take away our house," a Zeta sister said.
The house was deemed unsafe in February and the sorority decided to rebuild. This time their making the foundation even more solid
The house will be re-built in the same spot, but not in time for the fall. It's expected to be finished by Fall 2009.
It looks like the Zeta Tau Alpha house is the only house in that area of College Station experiencing problems.
The city tells us no other fraternity house or residence near sorority row have reported any issues.
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