The Windsor Companies Unveils New Apartments Downtown

Mike Colvin Fast Facts

Some of downtown’s newest apartments just celebrated a grand opening and open house. The Windsor Companies debuted The Home Telephone Lofts at 48 S. Jefferson St., the former Price Stores location, at an event earlier this month. Windsor transformed the site of the former clothing retailer into 19 apartments and expects them to open in early 2024. According to, each floor of the building has unique floor plans featuring hard wood floors, Art Deco light fixtures, and tall windows to provide ample natural light.

The Home Telephone Lofts is just one of several downtown housing projects taken on by The Windsor Companies. Windsor has already opened more than 100 apartments on East Third Street and another 20 at the Graphics Arts Building on Ludlow Street. The company is currently working to redevelop the 22-story Grant-Deneau Tower, 40 W. Fourth St., into a mixed-use property. Windsor plans for the first five floors to house offices while floors 6-22 will become upscale apartments expected to be complete in early 2025. The firm also plans to build 119 new apartments at Webster Flats after purchasing and demolishing the former Midwest Tool and Engineering Co. building near the 2nd Street Market.

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