NEW YORK - It's being called the 'leaning tower of Dallas.'
An 11- story office building on North Haskell Avenue that was supposed to implode on Sunday didn't entirely collapse as was planned.
The core of the building which house an elevator and stairwell shafts remained upright after the attempted implosion.
The mangled towed that remained did not pose a safety risk, according to engineers.
An 11-story tower was supposed to be demolished Sunday morning in Uptown, but the building located at 2828 North Haskell Avenue did not entirely collapse.
Crews were reportedly expected to be back at work trying to bring it down on Monday.