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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
The Foshee Management Company is planning to convert the old First National Bank building in downtown Montgomery into a residential and commercial property they're calling the "40 Four Building".
The 3rd through 6th floors of the building will become apartments and the remaining floors will be used for businesses.
The top two floors will become the new home of the Foshee Management Company.
On Thursday June 6th Foshee will host an open house to those looking to view the 40 Four Building. The event will take place from 5pm to 7pm.
Management officials say tenants have already secured the space on the seventh and eighth floor.
The Montgomery-based company just purchased the building, built in 1975. The building's apartments will feature modern touches and will have 7-foot high window walls offering views of downtown.
The building has previously been home to the First National Bank, First Alabama Bank and Regions Bank. A large conference room table that seats 22 people was installed via a crane when the building was constructed. It's so large that it won't fit through doors or stairwells. Management says it will remain on the eighth floor.