The historic Singer Building. This stunning industrial savvy downtown brick building is more than 100 years old and has been completely renovated. There are 2 retail businesses downstairs and 2 loft apartments upstairs. Originally constructed in 1906, it now has 2 exquisite loft apartments. One of the lofts houses a 1933 claw foot tub that was restored from the Peacock Hotel, which was originally located on the second floor of the building. White subway tile showers are in both units. Beautiful natural light encompasses the building from the 7-ft windows, which illuminates the 16-ft ceilings. The loft bathroom mirror frames are reclaimed original window frames from the Peacock Hotel, as well as the bathroom vanities and kitchen islands are made from reclaimed wood from the building. All vanity tops and island tops are concrete. The stairwell nostalgic pieces are from the Gordon County Historic Society and are framed by original building window frames. The window wood trim and other wood accents were burned and then coated to preserve the look of the fire that struck the building in the 1950’s. A beautiful but functional kitchen includes quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, custom built soft close cabinets, pot filler over stove, and farmhouse stainless steel sinks. Laundry room includes full size front loading washer and dryer. A sprinkler system for fire suppression was added throughout the building. The original boarding house/hotel room placards with their original room numbers were reclaimed and now decorate the stairwell leading up to the lofts. All tenants will remain in their spaces until the end of their respective lease contracts.