Intro to Soho Lofts
Converted from a true industrial warehouse in 2007, SoHo Lofts occupies the top two stories of this classic pre-war structure on North Washington Avenue.
High ceilings, clean lines and industrial finishes create an inspiring live-work environment for current residents. The wide-open floor plans also make these 24 loft spaces incredibly customizable.
Like many true loft conversions in the North Loop, SoHo Lofts offers few community amenities. However, its historic halls and lobbies double as a lighted space for original paintings and photographs on each floor. Residents also have access to heated indoor parking and generous square footage for most storage spaces.
LIVE AND WORK IN THE NORTH LOOP
SoHo Lofts is one of the few lofts in the neighborhood to offer true live-work spaces. The free flowing interiors create limitless opportunities for in-unit customization.
A TRUE WAREHOUSE CONVERSION
In a previous life, the SoHo Lofts building was home to Johnson Nut Company, a salted nuts manufacturer.
Polished concrete floors, original brick walls and 12-foot ceilings are just a few industrial details you’ll find inside SoHo Lofts. These raw, historic spaces create an open canvas for residents looking to cultivate a true live-work interior.
Many units also feature a number of upgrades including modern kitchens, silestone countertops and custom finishes. A variety of floor plans exist at SoHo lofts spanning 800 to 2,270 square feet.
# of Floors: 6
# of Units: 24
SoHo Lofts features a combination of 1 and 2-bedroom units. Interiors boast original brick walls, polished concrete floors, 12-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens, silestone countertops and custom finishes.