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Top Floor of Historic Terre Haute Building Remodeled

A historic building in downtown Terre Haute will now include two high-rise apartments.
A historic building in downtown Terre Haute will now include two high-rise apartments.

The new apartments sit atop what is known as the Crossroads of America at the corner of 7th Street and Wabash Avenue.
   
The building is nearly 150 years old.
   
The recently-remodled third floor once served as the darkroom for the Martin Photography Studio.
   
It took just over five months to complete the renovations.
   
The owners of the property say they wanted to preserve the history of the  building.

"The building as of next year will be 150 years old. These are the original sashes and weights that are in the windows. It really brings the true character of this building are the windows. That's what people remember, that's what people look for," Boo Lloyd one of the owners of the building said.
 
One of the apartments is completely renovated.
   
The other will be finished in November.
   
Both are already rented.

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