Description of Minneapolis
Minneapolis is first in the nation in literacy and second in per capita theaters. It is also known for its Orchestra, Mall of America, Art Museums, and the Sculpture Garden with the Cherry Spoon near Loring Park and the Walker Art Center.
Minneapolis is on the Mississippi River where you will find riverboats to ride on and by its banks, interesting walks. Minneapolis is also home to professional sports teams and many restaurants and bars with musical entertainment.
Description Of North Loop
Formerly the warehouse district, with a number of paper warehouses and foundries, the North Loop has turned into an upscale residential area near downtown, but with almost all the amenities of a self-sufficient neighborhood. It has small markets and delis, a dry cleaner, a hardware store, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, entertainment, and a park.
Description of Block
SOHO. Live, work, and play right at the hub of the city. Around the corner, cross the street, up the block...no matter where you turn, the city, & everything it offers, is yours. Nightclubs, Restaurants, Coffee shops, Art Galleries, Music, Shops, & Theater all at your door step...
SoHo is uniquely planned to give you the space to live, work and create. located in an area that once was a thriving artist's mecca, SOHO is a place for artists once again. Each elevator lobby will feature original art by local artists. Huge, light-filled windows, High 10 and 12-foot ceilings Open, minimalist floor plans, Unique concrete columns and concrete floor, Exposed clay tile and brick walls, Underground parking, Storage space in basement, & Pet-friendly.
Description of Units
Another thing that sets SOHO apart from other seemingly similar lofts is the craftsmanship that goes into them. We do not source from some large mass manufacturer. Cabinets are custom-built by Marty Kusar, a designer and builder in NE Minneapolis. Painting, tile work and other designs throughout the building are supplied by local artisans. These unique quality touches ensure that SOHO is no cookie-cutter downtown loft. One of the advantages of living in a true historic loft is the built-in advantage f traditional, solid warehouse construction. Brick walls and 8-inch concrete floors conduct less sound. Warehouses like this were originally built to meet commercial demands, and floors supported thousands of pounds of products and heavy equipment. You won't find new construction that compares.
Closing & Contact
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