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Quirky Arts District condo with 26-foot ceilings asks $850K

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Polished concrete floors and a wall of windows

View of living area and lofted bedroom
The unit includes a lofted bedroom accessed by a staircase in the living room.
Photos courtesy Tim Robertson, Surterre Properties

This unconventional one-bedroom condo in the Arts District is located in the Gallery Lofts building, built in 2007 as the neighborhood began its rapid transformation.

At 1,270 square feet, it’s a fairly roomy unit and looks all the more cavernous thanks to towering 26-foot ceilings and soaring panels of windows on the interior. The polished concrete floors and exposed beams and ductwork on the ceiling give the place a very industrial aesthetic.

The open living area near the front entrance leads via staircase to a lofted bedroom/office space with wood floors and exposed brick walls. Underneath is a long kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a bar-style seating area.

Curious about the unusual decor? The unit currently belongs to conceptual artist and special effects designer Neville Page, who designed monsters and fantastical creatures for films like Star Trek, Avatar, and Super 8.

Asking price is $850,000, with HOA dues of $380 per month. An open house is scheduled Saturday for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Lofted bedroom
Office space
Courtyard outside unit
View outside building