from September 2016.
This is not the first time Google has featured abandoned buildings.
Earlier this year, the company featured a video from a defunct building in Boston.
The location is a “museum-like” space for the community to discover, according Google.
The cafe is currently set up in the parking lot next to a sign for the National Zoo.
The space also includes a video screen that allows the public to take in the sights, as well as a coffee machine.
Google notes that this space is located in an area that is currently undergoing a “major redevelopment” but will be open to the public for free, according, in the video description.
Google says the cafe has been in operation for the last three years and that it has taken a lot of photos and videos of the space.
The café is in an alley in an empty lot at the bottom of a hill.
This has been used as a parking lot since the early 1980s.
The space has no windows, only a screen.
The building was built in the 1970s and is a museum-like space for visitors to learn about the history of the city, according the Google News description.
Google describes the building as a “retrofitted office space” that was used by employees and contractors during construction, and it also mentions the video screen on the wall.
Google said that the space was abandoned in 2015 and that there are plans to turn it into a coffee shop and museum.
The building has a lot and is in a neighborhood with limited access to the street, according it description.
The cafe is open to everyone.
Google doesn’t say when it will reopen, or how much it costs to use the space for coffee.