A historic California building converted into a residential tower

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A downtown Salinas project years in the making is now complete and ready for tenants. The six-story Salinas National Bank building at 301 South Main St. was converted into a residential tower with commercial space on the lower floor. Alvarado Street Brewery will be the building’s first commercial tenant. The apartment building has been under construction for the past four years by local developer Brad Slamo. The project is now complete and ready for people to call home. “The developer really recognizes the historic elements and preserves them throughout. You see it downstairs in the lobby where you see the beautiful art deco murals that just add to the richness and whimsy of the art,” said Audrey Wardell, property manager. “We have 50 studios and the developer was able to maximize the square footage of that of the building to provide as much housing as possible.” This is the first time the building will be anything other than a financial institution since it was built in 1930. “There’s a lot of excitement around it, and I think we’re going to see more revitalization and more attention to the already exciting downtown Salinas,” said Steve McShane, president of the Salinas Chamber of Commerce. The project is expected to bring more housing, quality of life and positive economic impact to downtown. “The restaurant is on the bottom floor, so you more jobs. You also have people shopping around, getting some economic benefit for downtown just by living there,” Wardell said. The apartments are already signing tenants for leases with move-in dates starting Nov. 1. Alvarado Street Brewery is set to open its new beer pub on 18 November.

A downtown Salinas project years in the making is now complete and ready for tenants.

The six-story Salinas National Bank building at 301 South Main St. was converted into a residential tower with commercial space on the lower floor. Alvarado Street Brewery will be the building’s first commercial tenant.

The apartment building has been under construction for the past four years by local developer Brad Slamo. The project is now complete and ready for people to call home.

“The developer really recognizes the historic elements and preserves them throughout. You see it downstairs in the lobby where you see the beautiful art deco murals that just add to the richness and whimsy of the art,” said Audrey Wardell, property manager. “We have 50 studios and the developer was able to maximize the square footage of this building. , to get as much housing as possible.”

Since its construction in 1930, the building will be a non-financial institution for the first time.

“There’s a lot of excitement around this, and I think we’re going to see even more vibrancy and even more attention to an already exciting downtown Salinas,” said Steve McShane, president of the Salinas Chamber of Commerce.

The project is expected to bring more housing, quality of life and a positive economic impact to the downtown area.

“You have the restaurant downstairs, so you have more jobs. You also have people shopping here, getting some economic benefit to the downtown just by living there,” Wardell said.

Tenants are already registered in the apartment lease agreements with check-in dates starting November 1. Alvarado Street Brewery is set to open its new brewpub on November 18th.

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