Located in Denver’s historic LoDo district, the Edbrooke Lofts building, in its grand Neoclassical Revival style, was erected in 1905. In 1990, Edbrooke Lofts was the first loft conversion projects of what would become the LoDo revival and the building boasts all of the original features you would expect, including interior exposed brick walls, heavy ceiling timbers, and hardwood floors. Edbrooke Lofts is a truly authentic loft-living experience and just a few short blocks from Union Station, Light Rail, Coors Field, 16th Street Mall and the Pepsi Center. Designed by renowned Denver architect Frank E. Edbrooke, the five-story 1905 warehouse received an additional floor in 1911. The building is constructed of molded and pressed brick and reflects elements of the Neoclassical Revival style in its massing and trim. As the original loft project in LoDo, Edbrooke Lofts boasts some of the largest loft-style homes in Denver.
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