BEDFORD -- Right next to a YMCA, across from a church and one block from Bedford High School, an alleged brothel was operating.
The man behind it, according to police, was 71-year-old James Walsh of Willoughby Hills.
Police say Walsh ran a house of prostitution, known as "Studio 54," on the third floor of a a building called "Walsh Professional Center" on Northfield Road.
Right now, the doors to that office on the third floor are locked, and the office is empty.
We checked out the website, which offers massages, body rubsand scantily clad women.
They are shocking images and information that no one in this building even knew about before Walsh's place was raided by Secret Service, local police and the Internal Revenue Service.
Now, tenants who knew Walsh only as their landlord are worried about how this news will affect their business.
"It's unfortunate. We had no idea this was going on, but we have no option except to carry on," says Noel Elliot who rents space from Walsh.
And others are wondering if there was anything they could have done to help.
Bedford police only initiated the investigation after one of Walsh's sex workers overdosed.
"This ring could have been going on for awhile. Maybe I could have helped some of those women," says Tanisha Thomas who was a student at the home health aide school inside.
Right now Walsh is behind bars.
He was indicted on six counts of promoting prostitution and nine counts of money laundering.
The investigation, however, is far from over.
According to county Prosecutor Tim McGinty, some of the male clients were using credit cards to pay for services inside the alleged brothel.
Investigators are now going through those records.