Widgets Magazine
  • Boarded-up uptown building to get new life

    Plans have been submitted to fully renovate a long-abandoned apartment building just north of the popular Pump Bar.

    The building at 507-509 NW 24th is owned by a group headed by local preservationist Marva Ellard, who restored the Sieber Hotel into apartments and who is now a principal in the Villa Teresa project.

    The group has been methodically renovating the cottage homes to the west of the former 4-plex, which are all leased as rental property.

    This project has been dubbed Paseo Plex and floor plans reveal 4 apartments on the 2nd level, 2 on the first, laundry and storage in the basement and restoration to a free-standing garage structure to the north.

    The group also owns the empty lots around the Paseo Plex.

    The highly-visible property sits between the Uptown/23rd Street District and The Paseo Arts District. The two popular areas have been drawing together due new development and redevelopment in the area.

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