Vandals caused more than $700 in damage over the Labor Day holiday weekend at one of downtown Kent's newest redevelopment projects.
The damage to the broken globes was estimated at $667.
Just a few hundred feet east Genghis Properties, LLC, reported a door had been broken off its hinges at 180 E. Main St., otherwise known as Acorn Corner or the old Kent hotel.
The damage to the Acorn Corner building, which is undergoing a several million dolllar renovation, was estimated at $50. Nothing was reported stolen from the building.
It's not the first time the redevelopment has been targeted by criminals.
In May, several downtown businesses were robbed, including tenants of Acorn Alley.
And in November an office on the upper floor of Acorn Alley was robbed.