FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Framingham House Tour Committee is thrilled to announce the last-minute confirmation of a highly anticipated site on this year's tour, scheduled for Sunday, May 21st. It's now official that tour-goers will be treated to an inside look at one of Framingham's most exciting examples of adaptive re-use: The Residences at Dennison Triangle.
The historic Dennison Manufacturing buildings have been center stage for years in the revitalization efforts of downtown Framingham. The vintage buildings, purchased by Rosewood Companies, were originally slated for strictly commercial development. The initial phase broke ground in 1998, resulting in the completion of the corporate headquarters for Rizzo Associates. Plans for the properties eventually changed to mixed-use (commercial and residential), and the idea to build loft style condominiums was born.
For the past 8 months, prospective homebuyers and visitors have only been able to view renderings and a representative model loft condo in the yellow, renovated 1700s "Gate House" on Bishop Street.
The Framingham House Tour will be the first opportunity for the public to enter the actual construction site and walk into a completed loft. The exposed brick walls, soaring ceilings, and exposed columns and beams of the Dennison Residences are sure to be a highlight of the tour.
Framingham joins the fast-growing national trend of converting buildings to loft-style condominiums, as witnessed locally in Cambridge, Boston, Haverhill and Lowell. Don't miss out on your chance to see firsthand the transformation of a piece Framingham's history.
Tickets for the Framingham House Tour can be purchased at the Framingham Historical Society & Museum (www.framinghamhistory.org) and at Citizens Bank at 35 Edgell Road. For more information, contact Susan Silver at firstname.lastname@example.org