After the job was started on Wednesday, you will see the conclusion of the demolition of the former PIP Printing building on Monday. City Engineer Chad Shefchik issued the road closure of 4th Avenue on Friday so crews could safely complete the demolition. The road will be closed to thru traffic between Jefferson Street and Iowa Street from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The intersections at Jefferson Street and Iowa Street will not be affected. The demolition of the PIP Printing building will make way for a new development that will feature a music venue and school called Muse and new apartments. To help fund the improvements being made in the area, the Sturgeon Bay Common Council approved the creation of Tax Increment District #8 last month.