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The Nottingham Mills site are bounded by the blue dashed line. The buildings marked with red dashed lines are historic mills. See Table 1 below for additional information on each numbered parcel.

Table 1. Ownership, size, and value of parcels on the Nottingham Mills site. Parcel Owner Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Gervais LincolnMercury Gervais LincolnMercury Bob Stevens & Son Inc. Pat Pepicelli Nottingham Street Realty Corp. TRS Smith Street Realty Trust Smith & Shaw Street LLC

Gross Owner's Building Parcel Size Residence Square Feet

Built Date

Current Use

Land Value

Lowell

1900

Office

$265,300 $595,000

51,491

40,621

Lowell

Structure Value

Access Road

Lowell Gloucester

11,285 59,196

2,863 86,730

1935 1880

Gas/service station Vacant

$189,800 $150,000 $256,100 $38,300

Lowell

41,073

21,304

1946

Vacant

$159,300 $219,100

Lowell

9,625

3,141

1972

Autobody shop

$99,300

$132,000

Gloucester

7,500

N/A

N/A

Undeveloped

$55,500

N/A $256,000

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Pat Pepicelli

Gloucester

12,093

16,158

1890

$89,500

9

Richard and Ronald Vieira

Mixed industrial / commercial/vacant

Lowell

4,235

4,928

1890

Autobody shop

$101,400 $105,400

10

Pat Pepicelli

Gloucester

11,115

6,296

1890

11

Pat Pepicelli

Gloucester

42,601

56,439

1890

Mixed industrial / commercial/vacant Mixed industrial / commercial/vacant

$135,400 $74,300 $159,900 $1,011,400

NOTTINGHAM MILLS & RMV

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