What are the latest trends in loft housing? Which cities are leading the way in loft development? How much are lofts going for? What kinds of floor plans are selling? How much should they be going for? Who’s buying them?
All of these answers are explained and illustrated in the newly published 14-page CoolTown Loft Housing Report, which is paired with the Emerging Retail Report for $119 and can be ordered by emailing here.
Conclusions are based on the following loft projects: Orenco Station Kitchen Lofts, Portland OR; Wood Street Lofts, Philadelphia PA; Paris Flats, One First, Biscuit Lofts and Charleston Lofts in Boston MA; Waterside Lofts, Lofts at Stapleton, Ballpark Lofts and 2500 Walnut in Denver CO; Western Leather Lofts, Shoeworks, and Gaslight Lofts in Milwaukee WI; Lofts 24 in Silver Spring MD; Toy Factory Lofts in Brooklyn NY; 161 Gilbert Street Lofts in San Francisco CA; Lofts at Albuquerque High, NM; The Brake House in the Strip, Pittsburgh PA; and Kinsey Flats in Cincinnati.