This three-story historic loft has been completely renovated and is one of 15 units at the Mercantile Lofts. It’s listed at $2.5M.
State of play: Recent data shows a lot of activity in the luxury attached-housing market (condos and townhouses priced over $1M). New listings were up almost 55% in June, compared with this time last year. Pending sales were up 173% year over year, and closed sales were up 194%.
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On average, luxury attached homes went for 99.5% of list price, which means people buying luxury condos aren’t willing to go over asking. For reference, luxury single-family homes went for almost 2.5% over asking last month.
The exact address is 1792 Wynkoop St #501. At 2,531 square feet, there are 2 beds and 2.5 baths.
Design: Steel, wood and concrete materials were used throughout to give this industrial space a fresh update. The renovation blends the best of modern design, without diminishing the historical integrity of the 1905 loft.
Entertaining space: The updated layout was made with hosting in mind. There’s a spacious kitchen with top-of-the line appliances and stunning floating shelves. The dining table and benches are built into the island, bridging the kitchen and open living space.
Roof: This unit has a custom spiral staircase that leads up to the third floor. The bonus room on this floor opens to the roof, which has a built-in grill, water tap, concrete fire table and tons of space for lounging.
Other highlights: Built-in bunk beds, 12-foot ceilings, soaring windows, exposed brick walls, built-ins, walkable location, across from Union Station.
Here’s a look around.
Photos courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
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