The building was erected in 1936 as a distribution center for the United Parcels Service. In 2003, before Downtown’s “revitalization” really took off, it was expanded and converted into 91 lofts.
This sunny unit measures a generous 1,258 square feet and features concrete floors, exposed ductwork, a contemporary kitchen with quartz counters and bar-style seating, and soaring ceilings.
There’s ample space for sleeping quarters, though there’s no built-in partition to separate it from the living areas. Per the listing, the “wall-less bedroom features [a] renovated ensuite master bathroom with a soaking tub” and a walk-in closet.
Other notable elements include a half bathroom, in-unit washer and dryer, and two designated parking spaces.
The asking price? $675,000. But here’s the catch: monthly HOA dues of $944. That covers, per the listing, the security gate entry, internet, and common spaces, which includes a first level atrium.