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The Arbaugh

401 South Washington Squae
Lansing MI United States

Status:built
Construction Dates
  Finished1905
Floor Count6
Basement Floors1
Floor Area25,294 m²
Units / Rooms48
Building Uses
 - residential
 - office
 - parking garage
Structural Types
 - lowrise
Architectural Style
 - chicago school
Materials
 - limestone
 - brick

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof83 ftRichard Karp, renovation architect
to mechanical penthouse
Main roof74 ftRichard Karp, renovation architect
to main roof parapet wall

Description
- Length: 132 feet (40.2 meters)

- The first half of the building at the corner of Kalamazoo and Washington Square was constructed in 1905. The building doubled in size when the south addition was built in 1915.

- In 2005, this historic department store was renovated, and now includes 20,000 square feet of office space on the first floor and mezzanine, and 48 lofts apartments on the upper levels.

- In 1974, a curtain wall glass was hung on the brick facade of this building to "modernize" it. In 2004, the glass was taken down to reveal the intact brick facade beneath.

- The basement of this building, which extends northward under Kalamazoo Street and westward under Washington Square, is now used as a heated 33-space parking garage.

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