1713 (Cuming) Apartments

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1713 (Cuming) Apartments

Postby Coyote » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:24 pm

Apparently Automatic Printing Company is going to spend $1.4m to turn their (1916) building into apartments, saving this from Creighton expansion...
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Re: 1713 (Cuming) Apartments

Postby iamjacobm » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:23 am

Thank you, something saved along Cuming.

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Re: 1713 (Cuming) Apartments

Postby iamjacobm » Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:35 am

http://www.omaha.com/money/million-project-will-make-home-out-of-printing-warehouse-in/article_fe18989d-431a-5dad-8205-18c9fee79413.html

Faced with declining sales, brother and sister Mike Prescott and Julie Prescott Burgess are trying to secure a future by parceling out the company property and transforming parts into the kind of loft-style residential space that’s increasingly popular in urban cores.

One of three side-by-side Automatic Printing buildings on the south side of Cuming between 17th and 18th Streets will become a home for Burgess and her husband, Steve. They and another Prescott sibling, Jana, will live in that easternmost structure, 1709 Cuming St., after a $1.2 million renovation project.

A future phase proposes that new commercial space be carved out of the middle warehouse, 1711 Cuming St. A baker, coffeehouse or other merchant would sell wares from a street-level storefront while Mike Prescott and his wife, Barb, move to the top floor, which would be converted to another residence with a rooftop deck.

Main printing operations will continue at the largest of the buildings, 1713 Cuming St.

Already a few corners of the overall complex — which dates back a century and spans about 18,000 square feet — are being leased to others. Current tenants are a band of musicians, a spiral bindery business and a sound engineer. Owners say there is room for more.


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