View shows remains of homes destroyed by the Marshall Fire in Louisville

A view shows remains of homes that were destroyed by the Marshall Fire in Louisville, Colorado, U.S. December 31, 2021. REUTERS/Alyson McClaran

Nearly 1,000 structures have been lost in the Marshall fire, according to a preliminary but near-final count released Saturday. 

The bulk of the list are home addresses. Here's a summary of the numbers: 

In Louisville: 553 structures were destroyed and 45 were damaged. Several businesses, including a Subway, You You Massage, the Havana Manor cigar lounge, and a La Quinta Inn were listed as destroyed. 

In Superior: 332 structures were destroyed and 60 were damaged. Damaged buildings include a Conoco gas station and Chuck E. Cheese, where a video posted to Twitter Thursday showed panicked parents watching smoke creep closer. The town hall was damaged, as was the Target and a Tesla dealership. The Element Hotel was destroyed.

In Unincorporated Boulder County: 106 structures were destroyed and 22 were damaged.

See the entire list released by Boulder County, here:

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