Work Has Begun on the Alsco/Linens of the Week Development Project

Alsco south elevation(Rendering of project under construction on Lamont Street)

Construction permits have been issued for the redevelopment of the former Alsco/Linens of the Week factory located on the 700 block of Lamont Street. On Friday, August 25, 2016, permit #B1506848 was issued for construction at 713 Lamont Street for a 143 unit new construction apartment building with one level of below grade parking. A portion of the facade along Lamont Street will be saved and reused. The below grade parking will be cast in place concrete.

Building permit #B1506849 for 735 Lamont Street is still in review. This permit is for the conversion of the existing 4 story warehouse/commercial laundry into a 76 unit apartment building, with one level of below grade utility space. The facade along Lamont Street and the floors and Structural frame of the building will be saved and reused. A demolition permit was issued earlier in the year to demolish a portion of two exterior walls and a portion of the interior space on Floors 1-4 and Roof.

Additional information about this project can be found here and here. Below are some photos of the construction now in progress.






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2 Comments on “Work Has Begun on the Alsco/Linens of the Week Development Project”

  1. […] is turning the old Alsco/Linens of the Week plant into new housing for the area has been from the front of the buildings on Lamont Street. Taking advice from a friend that past weekend, I checked out the development from […]

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