The latest plan to re-use the former AM&A store will go to the planning board on Monday for consideration. Owner of 377 Main Street LLC LLC is partnering with Savarino Kos to replace the building for retail, office and residential use. Plans were for 340 rooms at the Wyndham Hotel decreased earlier this year in favor of a real mix using 287,000 square feet. building.
Plans for JNAdam Building call for access to 19 parking spaces from Washington Street and nine first-floor parking spaces that are accessible from Eagle Street. The first floor will house 1,346 square feet. cafe near the main street, 11,607 sq.m. retail or office space, 3,533 square feet. fitness center and popular areas. There will be 128,000 square feet of office space on floors two to five.
Thirty-three apartments of 1,000 sq. M. one-bedroom units up to 2,700 square feet. three-bedroom plans, will be located on the sixth to tenth floors. A few of the dwellings will not have any external windows, but will have windows and porches that face one of the four internal light poles carved into the building. If the demand for office space is lower than expected, the fifth floor can be repaired with 11 additional apartments.
Exterior work includes cleaning and replacing products and stones. Existing windows will be replaced.
Work on the $ 50 million project will take 24 to 36 months. Hanna Commercial Real Estate is engaged in renting commercial space in the building.