Cubicle-type spaces in a lot of aging office buildings feel claustrophobic and can only be used for office functions, he said.
Windsor Companies has been on a shopping spree for downtown buildings. The company this year has purchased a variety of buildings in the Fire Blocks District, which is centered around the 100 block of East Third Street.
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Currently, the company is working to transform the Elks and Huffman Block buildings in the Fire Blocks into housing and first-floor amenities.
Windsor also has acquired the fully-occupied Firefly building at 123 Webster street and the vacant Graphic Arts building at 221 S. Ludlow St.
The Firefly has condos and offices. The Graphic Arts building, once known as Drury Press, was completed in 1925.