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Real estate office, 12 apartments dial into the BottomJonathan Spiers February 27, 2018 0 Rhonda Howlett and some of her 35 agents in Clocktower Realty’s new office(Jonathan Spiers)A growing real estate brokerage has moved into new digs in Shockoe Bottom, sharing a trio of rehabbed buildings with a dozen new apartments.Clocktower Realty Group opened this month at 1705 EFranklin St., one of three adjoining buildings recently converted into apartments and a commercial storefront by Historic Housing developers Louis Salomonsky and David White.Clocktower founder Rhonda Howlett shares ownership of the office space, which totals 3,500 square feetAbove and behind it, one- and two-bedroom apartments fill the rest of the buildings, expanded from 12,000 to 14,000 square feet as part of the rehab.Called Shockoe Saloon Lofts – a reference to the century-old building’s past use as a saloon – the apartments range from 650 to 1,000 square feet and rent from $1,000 to $1,700 monthly.Clocktower is handling leasing and property managementLeasing started this month, and two of the 12 units were leased by the end of the first week, Howlett said.

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