Intro to Harvester Lofts
In a neighborhood that’s recently undergone drastic transformation, the historic International Harvester Warehouse has emerged as a unique residential loft conversion.
Housed inside a classic 6-story brick facade, you’ll find some of the neighborhood’s most expensive lofts — hovering around $285 per square foot. The interiors, which are peppered with historic charm, are enhanced through contemporary design and modern amenities.
Harvester Lofts is located on Washington Avenue North, which means it’s adjacent some of the neighborhood’s most vibrant restaurants, bars and coffeehouses. It’s also just few blocks west of the Mississippi riverfront along with its corresponding parks and trails.
A TRUE LOFT CONVERSION
In a previous life, this building was home to the International Harvester Company — an international tractor manufacturer.
Harvester Lofts’ next door neighbor, Tower Lofts, previously housed the International Harvester Company’s tractor assembly line.
Converted into condo lofts in 2008, much of the Harvester’s industrial character remains intact. Most notably, the exposed masonry walls and columns, expansive windows and polished concrete floors. You’ll also find a number of luxury updates including gourmet kitchens, silestone countertops and brilliant monochromatic finishes.
A variety of floor plans exist at Harvester Lofts. Individual unit sizes range from 642 to 1,953 square feet and many feature their own private balcony.
# of Floors: 6
# of Units: 43
Harvester Lofts features a combination of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom units. Some 1-bedroom plus den units are also available. Interiors boast vaulted 11-foot ceilings, exposed masonry walls, broad windows, silestone countertops and sleek, monochromatic finishes.