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Minneapolis Warehouse Loft


Downtown Minneapolis is rich with true metropolitan charm. With the growth of an incredible entertainment district, a wonderful artistic community, and all the opportunities of a large urban center, downtown Minneapolis is pleasantly thriving.

With the growth of the downtown social center comes the popularity of Minneapolis warehouse lofts. Due to the growing middle-aged demographic population in the city center, these warehouse lofts are quickly becoming popular in the more affluent circles, making these lofts both classically artistic and thoroughly modern. Elegant, centrally located, and carefully designed for universal appeal, Minneapolis warehouse lofts continue to be a popular choice not only for the baby boomer generation, but also for a diverse demographic of homebuyers looking for the best in mid-west realty.

In a city continually rated as one of the best metropolises in the nation to live in, Minneapolis residents benefit from a wide-range of urban opportunities. Economically, this city boasts a low unemployment rate, a healthy business growth, and a variety of industries thriving locally. Minneapolis also promises a low crime rate, and clean and appealing city streets.

Minnesota residents also benefit from the fullest of the four seasons. Lakes are numerous, making water sports the leading recreational opportunities in the summer, while a strong winter gives the locals the chance to engage in the best of snow sports.

True Minneapolis warehouse lofts are conversions from factories or warehouses, generally constructed from either concrete or exposed bricks with the posts, beams and floors still from their original wood. These popular lofts also have a variety of other unique characteristics that have lead to their intense popularity:

? Also called a "hard" loft, these spaces are well known for their ceilings. At least 10 feet high, ceilings are continually being built higher and higher as loft residents state the importance of raised ceilings. Often these ceilings are left unfinished, complete with exposed pipes.

? The layouts are left open and spacious. Similar to studio styled apartments, you will often find few divisions in these popular warehouse lofts. Rarely will you discover bedroom separations in a "hard" loft; instead, there will generally be a bathroom, kitchen, and large living space, left to be molded to fit the desires of the owner.

? There are a few unique types of lofts, including multi-level ones, with an overlooking view of the first floor. "Soft" styled lofts are often freshly constructed and will have beautiful high ceilings, but lack the other qualities found in these trendy warehouse lofts.

With Minneapolis warehouse lofts quickly becoming the homes of the urban elite, the experts in Minneapolis realty advise jumping in, feet first, of course, to enjoy the luxurious life of loft ownership. Be prepared to pay anywhere from $200,000 to over $1 million, and understand that competition might be tough for the more affordable in the market. Also important to understand is the need for qualified representation when in comes to a more competitive seller's market. Check your options thoroughly, and remember that to find the home of a lifetime takes effort and knowledge of the local market.

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