3 Minneapolis Loft Buildings with Available Units Under $300,000

Close to the desirability of nearby shopping, dining and entertainment, it’s still possible to find loft buildings in Minneapolis with available units coming in under $300,000.

1901 E. Hennepin

One great place to start is 1901 E Hennepin.  The price point affords high ceilings and plentiful upgrades, from stainless steel appliances to granite countertops. In addition, the recently renovated 1901 Lofts building also provides for exposed brick accents and industrial appeal. Many units additionally supply city skyline views.

290 Market Street

A short walk from downtown sites and attractions as well as the farmer’s market, 290 Market Street provides for a turn-of-the-century setting. It’s certainly possible to purchase a two-bedroom loft of around 1,000 square feet in this price range. The Lofts at International Market Square offer original wood flooring and exposed brick walls.

400 N. 1st Street

Finally, The Riverwalk Lofts enjoy large windows, plus some timber beams and exposed brick walls. For less than $300,000, new buyers can purchase a remodeled one-bedroom, one-bath unit, with a kitchen island and soaring ceilings.

 

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