SoCo Urban Lofts One of Dallas' Coolest, Most Affordable Loft Conversions

Posted by Kenneth G. Cox on Monday, August 31st, 2015 at 10:45pm

1122 W. Jackson Lofts, Dallas TX

Dubbed the SoCo Urban Lofts, SoCo being short for “South of Commerce”, if you’re looking to combine affordability with an authentic industrial look and feel, there’s no better place to begin your search than right here at 1122 Jackson Street in the heart of Dallas’ Deep Ellum neighborhood.

Originally built back in the early 1920s and once a former warehouse and Santa Fe Railroad terminal, many feel 1122 Jackson Street is the ultimate place to call home for any and all loft lovers in Dallas, especially when you factor in its near-perfect downtown location. Situated right in the heart of the city, residents are just steps from a wide-range of big city amenities and attractions, from fancy shopping and fine dining establishments to just about any form of public transit you could need or want.

As of today, two of Dallas’ lowest priced lofts are listed at the SoCo Urban Lofts building, with listing prices of $167,500 and $165,000 respectively. And aside from a one-bedroom listed over at 1505 Elm Street, 1122 Jackson Street would actually be home to the 7 most affordable lofts currently available on the market.

So, if you're looking to live in one of the coolest loft buildings in Dallas, the good news is that perhaps the coolest building of all is also one of the city’s most affordable as well.

1 Response to SoCo Urban Lofts One of Dallas' Coolest, Most Affordable Loft Conversions

Erin Steed wrote:

Hello,

I'm a local field producer for ESPN. We're shooting a show here in Dallas this fall called We the Fans, focusing on several Cowboys fans. It's a documentary style show where we follow these folks through the 2017 season.

We are looking for a space we can rent for three days (Oct 26-28) and again later in the fall to do sit down interviews with our cast members.

We're looking for a large space with an industrial/warehouse look with or without windows. Around 8-10k square feet would be ideal, and we hope to keep the daily rental rate to about $1,000/day.

If you have anything available we're looking at spaces on Friday and would love to see what you have. If you don't have anything that would be a fit, we'd appreciate any direction you might give us!

Thank you,
Erin Steed

Posted on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 2:04pm

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