Members had lunch at Kellehers, then had a private, behind-the-scenes look at the Le Vieux Carre (“small quarters”) building on Water Street, a former buggy and implement warehouse built in the 1800s.
The tour consisted of winding through the renovated building for a look at apartments and office space. Sullivan explained how they re-use old doors, windows, and basically whatever they find to help decorate the space.
The group also walked across the street to the old Sealtest building. Here OLLI members learned of recent renovations to make this former dairy facility more apartments and office space.
OLLI thanks Pat Sullivan for sharing his vision with us, and hosting our tour of his downtown buildings.