Intro to 212 Lofts
Tucked away on the northwestern edge of downtown sits 212 Lofts, a boutique style condominium that stands six stories tall and features 55 spacious two bedroom units.
With free flowing interiors, concrete ceilings and exposed ductwork, the 212 embodies the industrial, open-concept character commonly found in the North Loop neighborhood.
As for location, the 212 lives above Circa Art Gallery and organic grocer, Local D’Lish. It also offers quick access to high traffic commuter bike lanes like the Cedar Lake Trail and is within walking distance of several award-winning restaurants and bars, casual eateries and coffee houses.
LIKE TO BIKE?
The Cedar Lake Trail, also known as America’s first bicycle freeway, was the first federally funded bicycle commuter trail in the nation. This paved, three-lane commuter trail runs by the 212, connecting downtown Minneapolis to the western suburbs of St. Louis Park and Hopkins.
If you like the style, but not the location of 212 Lofts, you might want to consider another Shamrock Development property in the North Loop such as 5th Ave Lofts, Rock Island Lofts or Lindsay Lofts.
Built from the ground up in 2004, the 212 was designed to look and feel like a converted warehouse without skimping on modern conveniences. Expect open floor plans and large hallways, as well as exposed raw elements like high concrete ceilings and visible ductwork.
The units themselves range in size from 1,188 to 2,137 square feet and feature a number of gourmet kitchen upgrades, maple hardwood flooring and full or French balconies.
# of Floors: 6
# of Units: 55
212 Lofts features a combination of 2-bedroom and 2-bedroom plus den units. Interiors boast 10' concrete ceilings, exposed ductwork, maple hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens and private balconies.