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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Work underway to convert former PAML office building into residential condos

Work is now underway to remodel one of the office buildings at the Iron Bridge Office Campus and give it an all-new use. Until recently the building at 629 N. Iron Ct  ( just off of Trent Ave.) had been nicknamed Iron Bridge VI and housed offices for lab company PAML, but all that is changing.

Property owner, Houston Stockton is re-developing the building to include 13 residential condos ranging from 700 sq. foot one bedroom units to 1800 sq. foot three bedrooms units. These condos will likely sell quick as they feature lofts and are along the river in a historic building constructed in 1912. 

A 32 stall parking facility will also be added to the basement of the structure to facilitate the new tenants. The project, which is nicknamed Iron Bridge Condos on the permits is to be completed sometime in the second half of Summer and the work done is valued at an estimated $2 million.

Divcon, Inc. is the contractor, Ron Joseph Architecture is providing architectural design, DCI Engineers is providing engineering services. And, Design Source, Inc. and R&R Heating & Cooling are also among the sub-contractors involved in the project.