Plymouth Elks Lodge finds new home despite seller’s market

The unenviable job of searching for a new household for the duration of the coronary heart of a seller’s current market and through a relentless pandemic turned out remarkably perfectly for the Plymouth-Ann Arbor Elks Lodge 325. 

Operating without having a facility to phone its very own due to the fact it closed on the sale of its former longtime house on Ann Arbor Highway in February, the Plymouth-centered Elks officially acquired a 4,000-square-foot creating around the intersection of Ann Arbor Trail and Lilley Street last thirty day period.

“It is an enjoyable time for us,” stated Lodge 325 Exalted Ruler Charley Dawson. “It truly is like Xmas arrived early for our customers.

“With every thing likely on with COVID, I originally assumed there would be a large amount of properties out there for sale immediately after we marketed our Ann Arbor Street residence. But it looks like a lot of the businesses that were being in the shutdown phase ended up leasing, so when a home grew to become vacant, one more tenant would shift in.”

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