POTTSTOWN, Pa. - A historic building in Montgomery County is getting new life.
Officials cut the ribbon at the Beech Street Factory development in Pottstown on Wednesday.
The building is more than 100 years old. It used to be a shirt factory. Now, it's home to dozens of apartments and a community arts center.
Officials said they've already started accepting rental applications.
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