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City Vacationing at Firehouse One

The Firehouse One Building

Firehouse One is named after its historic origins as it was the first Fire Station to operate in the city. The Fire Station was constructed in 1890 and operated until it closed in 1975. It has since been carefully converted into a collection of vacation rentals for guests to stay in a piece of history in downtown Traverse City. Firehouse One embraces the original architecture of the building with large windows, high ceilings, and exposed brick while introducing modern furnishings for a comfortable atmosphere. Choose from 6 units that are distinctly furnished to preserve the integrity and history of the building!

Surrounding Neighborhood

Firehouse One is conveniently located in the center of the lively downtown scene. Staying here places you walking distance to over 200 attractions dispersed throughout the Front Street, Old Town, West End, and Warehouse Districts of Traverse City. Visit parks or the beach, or browse unique shops, eat at fabulous restaurants, attend seasonal events, or go to the cinemas for a variety of fun to fill your time here. Outdoor enthusiasts can even ride bikes, hike surrounding trails, or visit one of the many lakes for an enjoyable time on the water — all just minutes away!