3 Main Street
Built by Jacob Salomon in 1912. The building features an angled Georgian Revival design. The building is a culmination of three decades of Main Street development begun by H.L. Tilton's Opera Block. The building echoes the Tilton Opera Block's cast iron moldings and keystoned windows. It once housed the Star Theater, the town's first movie theater, operated by John B. Eames. Today, the building consists of a fitness center where the theater once was, commercial storefronts and modern apartments on the second and third floors featuring riverside views. The Salomon Block received a New Hampshire Main Street Award for the remodeling work done to the building.
Commercial Rental Information
Five storefronts ranging from 350 - 1,820 S.F.
Rents: $195 - $1200
Apartment Rental Information
5 Two Bedroom Apartment....From $750
13 One Bedroom Apartments....From $545
All Rents include Heat, Water, Sewer and Rubbish Removal.
Located Across from the Town Building in Downtown Littleton. High Visibility. Brick Exterior, New Oversized Windows, Riverside Views, Laundry Facilities. Non-Smoking.
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