The Scribner, constructed circa 1880 (Figure 4).
Frontage: ¨Mill Street; for length see Survey
Access: ¨Mill Street.
Construction: ¨IBC2000 Type IVB (heavy timber, unprotected, sprinklered (floor 1 only?))
Utilities: ¨electric from (unknown); transformer adjacent at southeast corner.
¨steam heat from Bldg 15;
¨cooling water from (unknown);
¨sprinkler water from connection at Bldg 11 to recent municipal line in Mill Street;
¨potable water from municipal line in Mill Street.
Sewer: ¨gravity access to municipal main in Mill Street
Floor drains: ¨none.
ADA access: ¨ needs short ramp to be handicapped accessible.
Roof: ¨mansard-type, shingled and probable double coverage on low sloped portion, wood sheathing over wood rafters.
Floor 3: 2,850 useable square feet including stair tower.
¨timber planked floor, wood frame exterior walls, windows, no insulation low floor loading design.
Floor2: 2,850 useable square feet including stair tower.
¨same as floor 3 except brick exterior bearing walls.
Floor 1: 2,850 useable square feet including stair tower.
¨same as floor2; floor level with Bldgs 10 and 12, and to enclosed bridge connecting to Bldg 9. All three floors are connected by a former hoistway, now abandoned. Access to loading dock at Bldg 10A.
Freight lift: ¨none
Lighting: ¨floor 1 only (unknown).
Parking: ¨municipal and owned, across Mill Street.
Comments: This building is vacant and unheated on the upper two floors; floor 1 is used by the commercial laundry in Bldg 10. Due in part to its age and prominence in the complex, this structure may have historic value for the community.
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