Intro to 607 Washington
Built from the ground up in 1916, this aging industrial building was given new life in 2003 as 607 Washington Lofts; a five-story, 31-unit residential conversion.
Inside the classic red brick exterior you’ll find modern one- and two-bedroom layouts that accent the building’s timeless character. Interiors boast raw brick walls, exposed timber and sleek ductwork throughout.
Parking is limited at 607 Washington and amenities are sparse, but the building’s central location means that residents are just blocks from many of hottest attractions in downtown Minneapolis.
In 2005, 607 Washington Lofts made its way onto the City Pages’ coveted “Best of” awards list as the year’s best loft or condo project in Minneapolis.
607 Washington Lofts was remodeled to preserve and highlight the building’s original architecture. Prominent industrial details include exposed brick walls, 13-foot timber ceilings and concrete floors. The kitchens come equipped with granite breakfast bars and stainless steel appliances.
Several floorplans are available at 607 Washington. The units range between 1090 and 2167 square feet, and fifth floor units have unique rooftop terrace options; other units come with open air balconies and lofted bedrooms.
# of Floors: 5
# of Units: 31
607 Washington Lofts features a combination of 1 and 2-bedroom condos. Some 1 and 2-bedroom plus den units are also available. Interiors showcase 10-13-foot ceilings, concrete and hardwood floors, exposed brick and timber, and gourmet kitchens upgrades.