Buying a new condo or a loft can be challenging. There are a lot of decisions to be made and a lot of factors to be taken into consideration.
For most individuals, lofts have a certain appeal. The high ceilings, the open spaces, the absence of interior walls and the outer walls made of brick – all together make lofts a trendy choice. They are also easy to maintain and conveniently located at a city’s center.
In Minneapolis, an increasing number of people are opting for lofts as their home choice. Downtown is the place to be when you want urban living as there is always something new and fun to do, never a dull moment.
Here are a few things you should look for when planning to buy a loft in Minneapolis.
Downtown Minneapolis Loft neighborhoods
There are numerous loft developments in or near downtown Minneapolis. When you’re thinking about purchasing a loft, look into the locality. Visit the various shops and restaurants and talk to other people living in the area. It is important that you feel comfortable in your environment before making a decision on where you want to buy.
Please find below a few loft developments in Minneapolis:
American Trio Lofts
North Star Loft
Stone Arch Washburn Lofts
Nicollet Island-East Bank
Village Lofts At St. Anthony
710, 720, 730 Lofts
801 Washington Avenue Lofts
Bassett Creek Lofts
The Tower Lofts
Stevens Square-Loring Heights
Lofts On Arts Avenue
Some loft buildings have attractive amenities like an amusement/party room, exercise room, and roof top patio to suit the urban lifestyle. Most Minneapolis buildings vary from basic to full amenities. Before planning to buy your loft you need to make sure that these amenities match your standard of living.
It is a good idea to ask your REALTOR about all the available active Minneapolis lofts and then compare them with other loft developments you have been considering. You are bound to find something that takes care of all your needs and wants.
If the loft is organized as a condominium, then you can expect to be asked to attend board meetings of the condominium association. This association is usually responsible for maintaining the common areas. It is better to start knowing more about them before-hand. You can ask them to guide you through the rules of living there as a owner and how the day-to-day issues are managed there.
If you are looking to purchase a Minneapolis loft, feel free to contact Realty Group, Inc., Shannon Lindstrom, REALTOR®, AHWD, CRS, GREEN at 612-616-9714 or Shannon@MplsUrbanLiving.com today.