Brady Sullivan buys Manchester building for $16m

Manchester-based Brady Sullivan Properties has purchased the Mill West Corporate Center on McGregor Street in Manchester for $16 million, the company announced.

The property, which is located across from Catholic Medical Center, was purchased from the Cohen family.

Brady Sullivan said part of the space at the facility Center will be sold by Brady Sullivan Properties as commercial condominiums from 1,000 to 40,000 square feet in size, said Charles Panasis, director of commercial real estate for the firm.

Another part of the property will be sold by Brady Sullivan as two-bedroom, loft-style residential condominiums with exposed brick and beam detail and city views.

The 555,474-square-foot property occupies more than 12 acres under one roof, and was originally built in 1890 for textile production. At one time, the mill employed nearly 1,200 people and was capable of producing 100,000 yards of cloth each day. In 1914, the largest American flag made to date, measuring 95 by 50 feet, was made at the Mill West property and later shipped to Chicago.

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