Work on the Historic Loft Building in downtown Royal Oak is in its “final stages,” according to Mason Capitani, leasing agent for the building.
That means get ready for another viable, occupied and historically restored structure on the south side of downtown much sooner rather than later. Two of the tenants are moving into the building at corner of Harrison and Main streets.
Those two businesses, a medical group and a pharmacy, will occupy most of the ground floor space. The remaining 1,500 square feet on the ground floor is still available.
The second and third floors of the 3-story building are being turned into Class A office space. Each floor has 8,600 square feet of space. The space is being built as loft-style office space with exposed brick and utility lines.
The structure was originally built as a Ford car dealership nearly 100 years ago. It has housed a few other businesses, including a furniture store most recently.
Source: Mason Capitani, leasing agent for the Historic Loft Building
Writer: Jon Zemke