Forest Mills Apartment

33 Forest Avenue
NJ

Forest Mills Apartment

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In the early 1900s, Excello Hosiery Mill was built. This large 3-story brick structure served for many years as the Prospect Park Furniture retail store, and later the Valley Furniture retail store. In 2004, Joseph and Anthony Dello Buono purchased the old factory and converted the building into 21 high-end apartments in 2006. The façade is original to the Excello Hosiery Mill and still appears etched in the top of the facade. The condos retain the high ceilings of the three-story old factory and new windows were inserted into already existing openings. The freight elevator is also original to the early 1900s building. An adjoining house was knocked down to make room for parking for the condominium residents.

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