The Glendale Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday voted to demolish another Brand Boulevard building and to replace it with a temporary park.
Agency members voted 3 to 2 to raze the former American Savings building at 527 N. Brand Blvd., which is owned by the city. The one-story building has been vacant since last summer, when the savings institution moved into a new office tower at 505 N. Brand Blvd.
City Manager James Rez said real estate agents have been unable to find a tenant for the old building because the structure is scheduled to be torn down in August.
The city plans to sell the land to the Reliance Development Co. of Glendale. Reliance, which built the neighboring 14-story tower, plans to use the site for a second project, a three-story structure.