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Tecumseh Building

An abandoned mid-rise in Springfield, Ohio could be converted into apartments.

The Tecumseh Building, also known as the Francis Drolla Building, is in downtown Springfield, Ohio and was designed by J.A. Poss and W.E. Russ in the early Commercial architectural style. The 108-room building was faced with brick and cut stone and finished in 1922.

Although currently vacant, conceptual plans prepared by Shremshock Architects of Columbus called for 37 one- and two-bedroom apartments at a rebranded Rosewood Heights.

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