For luxury apartment style urban living the Syndicate Condos at 915 Olive Street offer residents the amenities you would expect in high rise living with a killer location convenient to sporting, dining and entertaining venues.
The old Syndicate Trust tower is considered by many to be the grandest member of the historic downtown buildings. In 1912, the tower was joined with its 10-story neighbor, the now-demolished Century Building. The pair, collectively known as the Syndicate Trust, comprised one of the city’s largest buildings.
The building declined in the 1960s when its original major tenant, department store Scruggs-Vandervoort-Barney, closed in 1967. A series of owners worked to no avail to fill the building to capacity. The complex was emptied of tenants in 1994 culimating in the demolition of the Century Building in 2004.
The Syndicate tower stood alone and empty after the Century Building was razed. In 2006, redevelopment plans finally got underway; after a two-year renovation, it is today a sparkling residential complex of apartments and condominiums.
Today, beautiful, spacious apartments and condominiums occupy this once storied building. With several penthouses on the 16th floor, residents enjoy spectacular views the higher you go in the structure. More importantly, the property boasts its own state of the art fitness center, indoor parking garage, movie viewing room, outdoor patio, rooftop deck and an art and work room available to all tenants. Located next to the Culinaria grocery store, residents never have to go outdoors to grocery shop entering and exiting the store from the garage elevators.
For truly convenient urban living minutes from everything you need or want, the Syndicate could be your new home.