Intro to Bookmen Lofts
Nestled on a brick paved street just blocks from Target Field and the new Interchange, you’ll find Bookmen Lofts — a classic five-story warehouse conversion.
The 57 units are a mix of spacious one and two bedroom lofts and impressive split-level penthouse units. Minimalist interiors are defined by open floor plans, vaulted ceilings, distressed concrete and visible ductwork.
Bookmen Lofts is also one of the few historic renovations in the North Loop with its own community terrace. Residents can soak up breathtaking views of the both the Downtown skyline and Target Field from this cozy communal space.
A TRUE LOFT CONVERSION
Built from the ground up in 1914, Bookmen Lofts was formerly the distribution center of Bookmen Inc., a family-owned regional book wholesaler.
PRIVATE TOP FLOOR VIEWS
Top floor lofts are split-level; they feature spiral staircases which lead up to a semi-private rooftop deck and den area.
Floor plans embrace the building’s raw industrial charm. Vintage interiors are punctuated by concrete beams and columns. Other details like exposed brick, sleek ductwork and large sash windows maintain the overall aesthetic. Modern updates include gourmet kitchens, high-end finishes and sliding doors.
Units at Bookmen Lofts range in size from 930 to 1,956 square feet and some of the lofts also feature their own private balcony.
# of Floors: 5
# of Units: 57
Bookmen Lofts features a combination of 1 and 2-bedroom lofts. Some 1-bedroom plus den units are also available. Interiors boast concrete columns and beams, exposed ductwork, broad windows, native brick walls, gourmet kitchens and high-end finishes.