A True Historic loft with rare street access! WaterTower Lofts is a historic LoDo landmark built
from brick and heavy timber.
High ceilings, large windows, interior brick walls and hardwood
floors are a few of the many features that appeal to residents
interested in architectural drama, detail and character.
This 2-bedroom, 3-bath loft has the feel of a Brownstone with two living levels that include two master beds/baths and two walk-in closets. Also truly unique are two nooks up and down that used to be the original warehouse door openings.
The modern kitchen features slab granite counters, stainless steel appliances with with maple cabinetry. Bathrooms have tile counters, double sinks and plenty of space and storage.
Also included are bike storage pulleys in the main hallway and a large storage unit in main basement storage area of building. Parking space is a secured and covered in parking garage attached to building. Elevator access from garage is available. WaterTower lofts are just a couple blocks to the new King Soopers and another few blocks to Union Station, Light Rail and Coors Field. Easy access to I-25 from 20th Street. Newer restaurants have also opened just around the corner from WaterTower Lofts.
LOFT #117 INTERIOR FEATURES:
Loft in WaterTower Lofts, historic warehouse (original brick/timber)
1468 sq. ft., 2-Bedroom, 2 Master Baths plus additional half-bath.
Ceilings with Exposed Timber Beams in Main Level
Ceilings and Sandstone walls in Garden Level
Insulated Windows, Full Light Doors
& Exterior Entrances to loft
Air Heating and Cooling
Pearl Granite Countertops
- GE Profile
Stainless Steel Appliances
Stone Tile Baths Floors / Countertops
for State of the Art Voice, Video, and Data Connection
on-site parking spot with additional free street parking
at $499,000 (includes appliances)
Lofts - Building Description:
the new Central Platte Valley development, Watertower Lofts residents
can walk to Lodo restaurants, ride the paths along the Platte
River & Cherry Creek, or jog the trails through the Commons
Park. The new Prospect Place district is Denver's hottest new
neighborhood - with historic LoDo to the east, Commons Park to
the south, and the Platte riverfront to the west.
1894, Watertower Lofts is a century-old warehouse built during
Denver's Rail/Streetcar era. In the early 1900's, the American
Furniture Company began to use the building as a warehouse for
their retail shops. Over the past century it provided warehouse
space for a variety of businesses including sporting goods retailers.
Other features of WaterTower Lofts include:
on-site fitness center
or City views
security and intercom systems
resident parking and guest parking