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1701 Locust Street To Become Apartments

In April I posted a list of buildings I’d like to see rehabbed. Then in July Ald Hubbard introduced a Redevelopment plan for 1701 Locust, one of the buildings on my list.

1701 Locust is a handsome 4-story building built in 1926. It has had several owners in the last decade. 
1701 Locust is a handsome 4-story building built in 1926. It has had several owners in the last decade.
The facades facing Locust & 17th have double-hung windows on the upper floors, the North facade has steel factory/warehouse windows.
The facades facing Locust & 17th have double-hung windows on the upper floors, the North facade has steel factory/warehouse windows.

The building, in the block West of my loft, will be divided into apartments. Looking forward to seeing this long-vacant building come back to life!

— Steve Patterson

 

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  1. John R says:

    I really hope this gets done along with the several other Downtown West projects that have redevelopment plans moving forward…. that area seems to have kind of stalled out a bit and it will be good to have an infusion of new activity.

     

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