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Occupancy Begins at Warehouse Lofts

Historic Warehouse Lofts @ 210 Ellicott welcomed its first tenant last weekend. The lucky lofter moved in on Saturday. Warehouse Lofts features 30 upscale loft apartments and commercial space and is the latest addition to downtown’s growing residential market. According to leasing manager Jessica Railey, approximately one-quarter of the units have been rented.
With minor finishing touches still underway and dicey weather, the developers are holding off on an official grand opening until early next year. Warehouse Lofts is the result of a $7.5 million conversion of the former Seneca Paper Co. warehouse located at 210 Ellicott Street between Eagle and Clinton streets. Originally constructed in 1913, the seven-story building is one of the first concrete frame warehouse buildings in the United States.

The centrally-located building features six units per floor on floors three through seven encompassing 17 two-bedroom and 13 one-bedroom units. Apartment sizes range from 1,080 to 1,665 sq.ft. Remaining units are priced in the $1295 to $1995 range.
Apartments are spacious with high ceilings, quality finishes and city views. Every unit includes a walk-in laundry room with a washer and dryer provided, substantial closet space, exposed structural concrete ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplace, a large soaking tub, and a fully-equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and maple cabinets. Two-bedroom units have two full bathrooms.
There are 60 gated parking spaces, 14 of which are covered, and a basement storage area. 8,800 sq.ft. of commercial space is available on the second floor.
Jake Schneider, Dave Resetarits and Tom Kiener, under the name The Warehouse Lofts, LLC, are the project developers. Schneider is also the project architect.
Photos above by Katie Schneider Photo.
Get connected: Residential: Jessica Railey- 716.923.7000 ext. 101


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