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The Latest Development

514 Franklin

A look at a new development in our midst.

By MEGAN VOELLER
Published December 1, 2006


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Location: 514 Franklin St. at Twiggs Street.

Developer: 514 LLC

Description: A former Walgreens building converted to commercial condominiums. Six retail units on the first floor have 1,100 to 4,100 square feet. Seven office units on the second floor have 900 to 4,000 square feet. The architectural style combines art deco and modern.

Price: From $255 to 295 per square foot.

Architect: Joe Belluccia of JVB Architects.

Amenities: High ceilings; exposed steel beams; original hardwood floors; "shell" finish ready for custom-built interior; wiring for high-speed Internet access, phone, and cable; keyless entry.

What they're saying: The project "gives someone an opportunity to own a piece of downtown without owning 10,000 square feet," said Abbey Dohring of the Dohring Group, who is handling sales.

Timeline: Construction began in April and is expected to be complete by the end of the year. Of six retail units, two are still available. Of seven office units, three are still available and have a combined square footage of 4,000.

Move-in date: March 1 or upon completion of custom build-outs.

For information: Call Abbey Dohring at 223-9111.

The Latest Development features a new residential or commercial project. To suggest a project, e-mail latestdevelopment@gmail.com or call 226-3394.

[Last modified November 30, 2006, 11:14:24]


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