"ZANESVILLE- After more than a decade in New York City, Ashley Moyer came home a few years ago, moving her interior design business with her. She began to look for a new office space, and during her search, one found her.
'I looked at downtown, and houses on Convers. When I walked in here, it spoke to me. Not only did it say ‘save me,’ but there is so much potential here.'
A former fire house, partially hidden by trees, tucked between a gas station and a parking lot, had captured her heart. According to Moyer's research, the building was opened in 1910 and served as a fire house for nearly 70 years. After its career as a fire house ended in 1978, it was purchased by Good Samaritan Hospital."
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