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829 Seneca Street changed hands

A relatively obscure building located at 829 Seneca Street has changed hands. The building, a former bowling alley with intact floors (sans mechanicals), was sold by Seneca Street Holdings LLC to Mill Race Commons LLC (a Zemsky controlled Larkin Development subsidiary) for $250,000 (listed at $299k).

The building is situated directly across from Flying Bison Brewery and in close proximity to Larkin Square. In the hands of the Zemsky family, this building has a bright future. In other hands, it could potentially have “parking lot” written all over it. The footprint of this corner will hopefully equate to a interesting entrepreneurial venture.

While this building (circa 1943) might right off the bat look like a smallish structure, it surprisingly encompasses 7500+ square feet. The Zemsky family could do a lot with this parcel, which bodes well for all of Larkinville.


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