ABC7 was in San Jose as crews moved the Pallesen Apartments on Sunday.
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In the video, you can see the building on a giant dolly being trucked to its new home about 900 feet away.
It's now located at the corner of 4th and Reed Streets.
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Habitat for Humanity plans to refurbish the 111-year-old building and convert the space into affordable housing.
One woman says it was worth the trip from Menlo Park to see this move happen.
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"It's a wonderful thing on all sorts of levels," said Ellen MacNeale. "It's preserving a wonderful old building. It's gonna go to a good use. Everybody got together to work this out. It's just a win-win-win."
Time-lapse video shows the building being backed into its new lot. The whole process took about three hours.