As first mentioned in April, demolition of a historic building at 1510 NE Hancock Street appears to be imminent. The 1890 structure and onetime Salvation Army Home for Unwed Mothers will be razed this summer according to a recent article by Fred Leeson in the Oregonian. An architectural firm has plans to build a four-story building on the site, using design standards compatible with the historic Irvington neighborhood and thus avoiding review by the Portland Historic Landmarks Commission. Unless plans are made to move the historic building before July 30th, demolition will most likely occur.