Rossmor Lofts - Located at 500 North Robert Street.
The Rossmor was built in 1916 as the Foot Schulez & Co. building, a shoe and boot manufacturer. Before the conversion in 2002, The building was used as affordable "living" for artists. The Rossmor retains its rich history in the arts by sponsoring the Art Crawl twice a year and has original creations throughout the common areas of the building.
Pak Properties converted the Rossmor into 129 units on the upper floors and retail spaces on the first floor including, Key’s Café, Lowertown Printing, Sawatdee, CAMP bar, and Equipt Fitness. The Rossmor would front the proposed Pedro Park and is connected to District Energy.
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