The building was once a factory for Gray Manufacturing and Machine, an industrial tool company founded in 1912. (The firm got its big break a few years later, when it started recycling brass howitzer shells used on the front lines of the First World War.) The building eventually became a cabinet factory and, in 1988, was converted into 11 condos. This building’s lofts were designed with work-from-home types in mind. In fact, the office just past the unit’s front entrance is one of the reasons the current owner chose to buy.
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Listing information last updated on May 23, 2018 at 02:56 PM (UTC)
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