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April 24, 2019
This paid piece is sponsored by The Edge on Main.
Take a look inside a beautifully restored midcentury apartment building south of downtown Saturday and see a newly installed signature piece of artwork.
The Edge on Main will hold an open house at 638 S. Main Ave.
“Leasing has been going very well, and the residents who’ve moved in already are forming their own community,” building co-owner Anne Haber said.
“We’re already half-full, so we wanted to open up the building to anyone who would like to come see it, and we encourage you to let us know as soon as possible if you’re interested.”
The Edge includes 20 one-bedroom apartments and one two-bedroom. It’s owned by the same downtown developers who have The Carpenter Building and Carpenter Bar.
The building has been totally renovated, with kitchens featuring a hidden microwave, farmhouse-style sink and counter-top seating.
It’s also pet-friendly and includes parking and a patio for residents, along with newly installed raised community gardens. Rent starts at $775.
“Now that we’ve had some nice days, people are really enjoying being outside, in the neighborhood, and it’s the perfect time of year to move in,” Haber said.
Residents also enjoy a garden-level laundry room with free use of the machines and a community room with a Ping-Pong table, couches, a television and a wet bar. A high-efficiency heating and cooling system adds environment-friendly and cost-effective utilities.
A newly installed piece from last year’s SculptureWalk – Peace by Indiana sculptor Alex Mendez – sits in the front of the property.
“We really appreciated the work and thought it complemented the design of the property well,” Haber said. “And it’s a reminder that we’re family owners, we live in this community too and are committed to supporting public art and SculptureWalk.”
Anyone can tour the building from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Ready to make a move? Take a look inside a beautifully restored midcentury apartment building south of downtown Saturday.