Tudor Development LP and Tudor Retail Partners LLC are theentities in charge of the renovation of the 83-year-old property,formerly a showroom for the stove maker. The Paric Corp. was thedesign-build contractor on the project. Tim Vaughan, projectmanager with Paric, tells GlobeSt.com that the building was inpretty bad shape at the start. "We've been doing a lot ofredevelopment projects like this in the Downtown," he tellsGlobeSt.com. "This is actually our fourth project like this in thisarea. It's all part of the revitalization of the downtown, andshould help bring retail to this section as well."

The property has about 60% of the apartments already signed. Therental rates will range from $533 for a one-bedroom to $811 for atwo-bedroom. The retail units will rent for around $13 per sf,modified gross.

Paric was able to keep many of the building's original featuresin the redevelopment, including the original brick interior walls,polished concrete floors, and tin ceilings for the retail units. Anumber of architectural elements were fabricated to match theoriginal woodwork. Restoration and remediation helped the projectearn historic tax credits and brownfield incentives.

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