If you are looking for a location in the heart of downtown with more character than you can handle, you have found your home at the Keezell Flats! Built in 1907, one of the first occupants was the Daily News Record and the Public Library. Keeping true to historical value, the Keezell Flats still has the original wooden staircase but includes a much larger elevator than the original. A new fifth floor has been added, along with a common patio for residents to share. You will never feel too tall in these apartments with a ceiling height of about 12 feet for the majority of the floors and original windows covered in plantation blinds that continue the ambience of the Art Deco era. Come see what you never knew you were missing in downtown luxury! The Keezell Flats, city outside, tranquility inside.
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