Formerly home to a slaughter house that did business with the Saint Denis Butchers Processed Meat Company, the Prinz & Co. building is large, derelict, and industrial.
The facility is made of tawny brick and dark sheets of metal, with several tall chimneys and pipes protruding from the site. The structure appears to have been abandoned, with boarded up windows, derelict rail cars, vines growing on the fence and buildings, and general inactivity in the area.
Scattered around the area are piles of rubble and debris, with the small inlets of water, surrounding the factory, stained with oil and pollution. Strewn on a small island, behind the building, are the rotting corpses of numerous animals, appearing to be horses or cattle.