In the late 1970’s, Don and Peg Hartmann bought the building and converted it into condominiums. The facade was retained as well as the 11′-12′ beamed ceilings, gas fireplaces, much of the original hardware and the original elevator which is still operated by the doorman. The building, listed on the US Interior Department’s National Register of Historic Places, is designed with two units to most floors featuring hardwood floors, a large living room, separate dining room, 2 or 3 bedrooms with baths. The attended lobby is an Old World setting with French doors and arched stained glass panels. All of the units are privately owned, however some are available for sale or Rent including a commercial office space on the ground floor with it’s own entrance off of Main Street.