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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

K-Lofts revived as Mulberry Flats, new restaurant coming

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Moses Tucker Real Estate announced today that K-Lofts apartments, the project at 315 Main St. started by developer Scott Reed seven years ago and which, like the rest of Reed's projects, fizzled out, are now complete, renamed Mulberry Flats and will be available for leasing in October.

The former 1902 Gus Blass Wholesale Building — located on a corner that decades earlier was the intersection of Mulberry and Main streets — is five stories and has 31 one-bedroom, one-bath apartments and a two-bedroom apartment on the second floor. Apartments range from 550 square feet to 721 square feet. Rents start at $780 a month.

Club Level, on the first floor and basement, will be renovated and replaced by Brewski's Pub & Grub sports bar. The bar should open within 30 days, according to Moses Tucker.

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