From Arnold Stationery to Station Lofts

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LynnHappens gets a new look at nearly-finished condos for artists.

 

 

In February LynnHappens took a tour of 33 Central Square, also known as the old Arnold Stationery Building, during its condo conversion. The interior studs were up, but it was difficult to imagine the finished product.

Peggy Phelps from LHAND leads a tour in February, 2015

They are now listed as the Station Lofts. Prices range from $100k – $160k and potential buyers must show that they are working artists. This Thursday, September 3rd, is the “Open House Launch” from 5 – 7pm, hosted by Annmarie Jonah Realtors with food from Salem Five and coffee from Cafe Moka across the street.

This Sunday, August 30th, LynnHappens was let in for another peek:

Ground floor remains commercial

Ground floor remains commercial

Facade detail

Facade detail

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Commercial space interior

Residential entrance - elevator on left

Residential entrance – elevator on left

Living room of one-bedroom unit

Living room of one-bedroom unit

View from living room

View from living room

Open kitchen (pardon construction dust on floor)

Open kitchen (pardon construction dust on floor)

Kitchen

Kitchen

Rear-facing studio unit with kitchen island

Rear-facing studio unit with kitchen island

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Basement contains storage and laundry

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Each unit has its own HVAC and hot water heater – this one resides in a walk-in closet

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Pardon the construction dust

Hey realtors! If you have a unique property, as in something that isn’t all beige, clad in vinyl siding and cookie-cutter-looking, please contact LynnHappens for a simple feature. Advertising options are available for any property, as well. Psst. With a few more ads, I can buy a wider-angle lens and take better real estate shots!


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