Intro to 801 Washington
In a previous life, 801 Washington was home to a number of industrial and commercial tenants. In the early 2000s, it was converted into a 61-unit loft building -— one of the first of its kind in the area.
As a true loft conversion, 801 Washington houses some of the most unique live-work spaces in the neighborhood. Open interiors, rich woodwork and vaulted ceilings are just a few of the many charming details.
801 Washington also functions as a private art gallery. The works of local and national artists are displayed throughout the year in the lobby’s three-story atrium. Residents are welcome to attend exclusive art openings several times a year.
Each year the homeowners association organizes special events that include gallery openings and summer picnics to foster a sense of community within the building.
A TRUE WAREHOUSE CONVERSION
Built in 1913, this historic brick building was home to a farm implement factory, a Studebaker Packard showroom, Shafer Refrigeration, and most recently an antique dealer who used the space to showcase hard-to-find artifacts.
Expect free flowing interiors, preserved maple flooring and brickwork, as well as the abundant natural light required of a one-time manufacturing space. Soaring ceilings of up to 30 feet also create limitless opportunities for interior customization.
Units range in size from 1,029 to 3,291 square feet. Most top floor lofts come with their own private balcony while first floor units have garage style doors that provide direct street access allowing them to function as both residential and commercial spaces.
# of Floors: 3
# of Units: 61
801 Washington features a combination of 1 and 2-bedroom lofts. Some plus den units are also available. Interiors boast vaulted ceilings of up to 30 feet, preserved maple flooring, exposed brickwork and private balconies.