Downtown warehouses to be redeveloped with retail, offices

Published Wednesday, February 14, 2018
by Steve Lackmeyer

A former Pioneer Telephone warehouse along the NE 6 entry into downtown is set to be redeveloped into offices and retail as an application is made to add the property to the National Register of Historic Places.

If all goes as planned, developers are hoping to start construction later year and create a mixed-use development called “Central Exchange.”

The brick buildings at 7 NE 6 and 11 NE 6 were constructed in 1909 and 1911 as the early-day telephone company's garage and warehouse. The properties later were owned by Southwestern Bell and then AT&T.

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