in 1890’s, what is now known as the Peerless Building
is actually comprised of five individual buildings. Located
at 229 Westminster Street at the corner of Union, the two most
prominent are the Callendar, McAuslan & Troup building
designed by Walker & Gould and The William H. Low Estate
building, designed by Martin & Hall architect. This cluster
of buildings which except for the Hannah Green Estate building
make up the entire block of Westminster between Eddy and Union
Streets. This block was famous for housing the largest and
most successful regional department stores until the 1980’s
when the Peerless store closed it doors.
Layout, Unit Sizes and Pricing
Each of the 97 loft-style units in the Peerless Building is different.
The units are truly loft-style with a variety of styles including mezzanine
platforms and multiple floor entrances. Some of the more interesting design
elements found are exposed columns and the frosted glass windows which allow
for opaque lighting from the atrium. Lofts of vary in size from
835 square feet to
2,712 square feet and include hardwood floors, high ceilings and gourmet kitchens.
Rents start at $1,300.
PARKING OPTIONS '
The Peerless Building houses underground parking with sixty-seven spaces. Also, there is parking available at Grant's Block. Grant's Block outdoor lot is located adjacent to the Alice Building at the corner of Westminster and Clemence Street.
kitchens, some with center island
brick and wood beam high ceilings
internet and cable ready
controlled heating and air conditioning
- Washer/dryer in every LOFT
to roof deck