Friday, April 07, 2006

Tache on the Scene

Tache is back to marketing 7 Central condominiums. At first it appeared they may have dissolved their relationship with Mayo, but that rumor may have been premature if not completely wrong. I guess 7 Central cleared their title hurtles and is now buyable. It'll be good to have more new neighbors. My word of advice for them is to always, always use an independent inspector, and put everything you see that looks even remotely funny on the punchlist. Also make sure there is a clause in the purchase and sales agreement contractually obligating the seller to fix punchlist items within a clear amount of time from the first report date - like 30 days. Make sure you get a warranty for everything. It will be interesting to see things shape up over there. I can't wait to take a closer look during the open house.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

are they still opening up and italian restaurant on the corner next to the dunkin donuts?

Mike C said...

Nope, apparently they were unable to get a bank to finance them. Great idea and concept but no $$ or property to put behind it. I heard this from Steve at the Gulu. Hopefully something will go in there. Another restaurant would be key to bring more visitors to Central Sq.

lofty-Warren said...

the Italian restaurant ... is on hold ... they expected to get financing that might not arrive ... heard from the horse's mouth ... I am Warren Sadow ... new arrival in town ... owner of a spectacular 2-bedroom unit at Sloan Machinery Lofts ... and principal of Sadow Marketing Group, LLC ... consultant and marketer/developer of meaningful consumer packaged goods ... feel free to email me directly at warren@sadowmarketing.com

Anonymous said...

I would not live in that building for free.

Marcus said...

Ok, but why wouldn't you live in that building for free? That would be useful information.