This 11-story Renaissance Revival building, which towers over its State Street neighbors, started out as a…More printing press, was built by publisher Frank Munsey in an attempt to avoid New York labor unions. In 1898 it became the Mohican Hotel, which was known for a time as one of the finest hotels in Connecticut. After a stint as a department store, then another as a hotel again, it was eventually converted into an apartment building.
Mohican Apartments rents 1- and 2-bedrooms and efficiencies to people over 62 or under 62 and disabled. The building has a laundry room, an exercise room and a community room for residents.
The company also manages the commercial spaces on the first floor of the building.