Having overcome a previous setback in which the community challenged the legality of its strange, medieval structure, the Belltower of Columbia Street has chugged along toward completion. The two-story tower at the top of the thing—which, it turns out, is actually an elevator shaft to house a fancy glass elevator, to be used by the buildings residents—is now wholly covered in brick.
What's more, it now bears a stone plaque, engraved with a large "V" and the dating "Est. MMVIII." Roman numerals! So the creators of this monstrosity are not only vulgarians, but pompous as well. (They also got the date wrong, obviously having ordered the plaque early on, when they thought the building would be completed last year.)