Great Northern Lofts - Located at 300 Wall Street.
This 53 unit condo in the Historic Lowertown District began the conversion process in 2000. The building was built for James J. Hill in 1887, and was designed by James Brodie (Mr. Brodie also built the James J. Hill House on Summit Avenue). Great Northern Lofts is U-shaped in design, and has a private courtyard in back. The James J. Hill building is currently on the National Historic Register of historic buildings. Most homes inside Great Northern Lofts are absolutely stunning with concrete barrel vault ceilings, arched windows, and amazing finishes. What is really unique about this building is the grand entrance off Kellogg Avenue. Don't let the word "loft" fool you, as the finishes and floorplans are stunning!
**ATTENTION CONDO BUYERS**
If you have not already signed a contract with a Realtor to represent you in the purchase of your next home, you need to ask some very important questions. The Downtown marketplace is a constantly changing market.
1. Does your agent know how the location of a condo inside a building can make a unit worth considerably more or less in value?
2. Does your agent understand how to determine if the Association is in good standing financial shape?
3. Does your agent know of future city plans that could alter the value of the condo you are considering purchasing?
These are just some of the questions you need to ask you next agent for Downtown. It takes more than just unlocking the door for you. Let us show you the way!
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____________________2015 StatsMedian Sold PriceComing Soon!Median Loft SizeComing Soon!Number Sold in 2015TBDTotal Homesin Building53