1800’s Portion: A unique feature that catches the eye is the original 1886 wood flooring. What pops out is the height of the curved-topped window, they pull in beams of sunlight to spread throughout each room. Original wooden beams weave across the 12-foot ceilings, highlighted by the sun streaming through glass windows placed in the top couple feet of the walls. Original brick walls were kept intact in several of the lofts.
1950’s Portion: Black wire beams are laced overhead with the original ductwork punctuating the ceiling like silver bullets. Stained concrete floors are reminiscent of European mod designs.
8” baseboard trim are in all of the lofts.
The lofts have a state of the art fire detection system that is directly linked to the fire department.