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Westgate Lofts

The former Bertha Hat Company building, built in 1922, with 5-stories and 85,000 square feet was redeveloped into 49 loft... Read More »

Terra Cotta Lofts

The former home of General American Life Insurance Company designed by architect Albert Groves, built in 1915, with 8-stories and... Read More »

Packard Lofts

A former Packard auto dealership, built in 1914, with 4-stories and 66,500 square feet was redeveloped into 33 loft condos... Read More »

Downtowner Apartments

Former Days Inn building, built in 1963, with 7-stories and 95,000 square feet was renovated into 95 "affordable" (income restricted)... Read More »

Motor Lofts

The former Motor Parts Warehouse, built in 1906, with 6-stories and 116,000 square feet was redeveloped into loft condos and... Read More »

Tudor Lofts

The former showroom for The Wrought Iron Range Company, built in 1915, with 2-stories and 102,000 square feet is being... Read More »

The Tower at OPOP

The new Roberts Tower building is scheduled to open in 2009, with 24-stories and 55 luxury condos attached to the... Read More »

Ventana, The

A former warehouse building, built in 1920, with 9-stories and 147,000 square feet redeveloped into 91 loft condos and apartments... Read More »

Edison Condominiums

The former distribution center for the JC Penny Company was built in 1928, with 13-stories and 858,000 square feet was... Read More »

Roberts Galerie & Lofts

A former warehouse building, built in 1901, with 8-stories and 60,000 square feet will be redeveloped into a mixed-use project... Read More »