Featured For Sale – Soho Lofts #310

Studio
598 Square Feet

$97,500 Market Price

Unit Features:

  • Lofted Kitchen
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Murphy Bed
  • Plank flooring
  • Tall Windows
  • Heavy Timber Ceilings
  • Colorful Brick Walls
  • Amazing Views

Building Amenities:

  • Gated Garage Parking Available For Rent
  • Fitness Studio
  • Social Room
  • Roof Top Deck
  • Excellent Garment District Location!

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Soho Lofts #512

Comprised of four architecturally unique and historic buildings on West 8th street, the Soho Lofts sit in the heart of the Garment District. These four buildings include the Phoenix Hotel, the Bond Shoe Company, the Armour-Volker building and the Lechtman Printing Company; all of which was built between the years of 1888 to 1915. The Soho Lofts include a variety of studio, one and two bedroom loft condominiums where you will find elegant floor plans featuring heavy timber ceilings, colorful brick walls and large windows to showcase stunning views. Amenities include a Club Room, fitness facility and a rooftop terrace. An attached parking garage is available for residents as well as secured entry and a coffee shop on the first floor!

The Garment District was integral to the historical development of Downtown Kansas City and the Soho Lofts stand in the middle of this action. The Phoenix Hotel, known for its sordid past as a bordello and bar on the corner of West 8th and Central, was built in 1888 then a decade later, the Bond Shoe Company building was constructed on the other end of the block at West 8th and May. Erected in 1902, the Armour-Volker building was home to clothing manufacturing companies like Talon Zippers and the Kansas City Boys Wear Company. Lastly, the Lechtman Printing Company building was built in 1915 , utilizing historical printing press methodology. Due to Kansas City’s centrality, the Garment District flourished as dry goods, specifically textiles, could be shipped to the West and Southwest regions of the United States as rail corridors converged here; allowing Kansas City-made garments to dominate those markets. So much of the Garment District, particularly West 8th Street, was built up in the very early part of the twentieth century that it looks almost exactly as it did over one hundred years ago.

The Soho Lofts offers many surrounding amenities and attractions such as the River Market area just to the north for a few blocks. There, you will find fresh produce, vibrant shops featuring odds and ends and numerous restaurants of different cultural fares as just some of the ingredients in this vibrant district. Live jazz can be found at the Phoenix Jazz Club and the Majestic Steakhouse; both just steps away. Other bars and restaurants dot the Garment District throughout its quaint streets. Highway accessibility can be reached through the Broadway bridge and bus stops and streetcar stations can be found along Broadway Boulevard and Main Street, respectively.

Living at the Soho Lofts offers a unique, diverse residential experience of historic Kansas City at affordable prices that are hard to beat!


Anne Marie Restrepo
To purchase this property contact:
Chartwell Kansas CIty Realty
Anne Marie Restrepo
127 West 10th Street, Suite 201
Kansas City, MO 64105
816.842.6544 KCLoftCentral
816.842.0656 Fax

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