Thursday, December 18, 2008

349 16th Street Condo Conversion

349 16th Street: An extensive alteration (vertical enlargement) to an existing four family brick building. You can see the transformation above. What remains of the 1924 built apartment house can be seen if you look down the side alleyway. There you will find the original old brick structure. This is a 20' wide building on a 25' wide lot with a small rear yard.

Interested in seeing what the building looked like before the facade was removed and replaced with an Exterior Insulation Finishing System? Look right next door. The "twin sister" to 349, still remains mezzanine free.

Floor plans from the Corcoran web site. They have the 1st floor/cellar duplex listed at $469,000. Open house this Sunday December 21st, from Noon to 1:30pm.

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