The Perfect Place for Downtown Living
471 West South Street in Kalamazoo
   
 
Woodblock print by Mary Brodbeck
 
Spacious, Light-Filled Condominiums

Constructed in 1923 as a luxury apartment building,
the Marlborough was converted to condominiums in
the 1970’s, when a team of craftspeople transformed
75 small rentals into 35 spacious, individually owned
homes, each with a unique personality.

Homes range in size from 500 to 3,000 square feet.
The building’s unique ‘H’ shape and enormous
windows admit abundant sunshine. Most homes
have gas fireplaces; each has its own gas furnace.

 

 
Amenities

Residents enjoy a roof deck and their own private
park. Downtown entertainment, restaurants and
festivals are only steps away, and it is an easy
stroll to the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Civic
Theatre and Epic Center. Families enjoy Bronson
Park, the Public Library, and the Kalamazoo Valley
Museum

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Most homes have garages. Spaces in the parking lot
are available to those who do not have a garage.
Homeowners' monthly fee includes heat, as well as
maintenance of all interior and exterior public areas,
snow removal, hot water, and garbage collection.

 

   
The Marlborough has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983, and the building and landscaping became a designated Local Historic District in 2007.