Loft conversions by design always offer a more unique and distinctive feel than traditional condo or townhome developments in DFW. Most are housed inside old industrial or warehouse buildings that often feature raw finishes like concrete or timber ceilings, exposed bricks walls, exposed duct work, and various other features that you wouldn’t ordinarily find in your typical suburban condominium complex.
It’s for this reason, and many others of course, that urban home buyers can’t seem to get enough of these chic and stylish loft spaces, and if you’re in the market for something a little more “off-the-wall” so-to-speak, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding something that fits all your needs and wants in some of the most eclectic loft conversions the Dallas real estate market has to offer. Like most cities, there’s certainly a wide-range of options when it comes to lofts for sale, but if you’re truly looking for something different, you might just want to begin your search with these unique Dallas loft buildings:
Buzz Urban Lofts – 1111 S. Akard, Dallas TX
Although recently built in 2007, the sort of mid-century modern design and feel of the Buzz Urban Lofts certainly isn’t what you see in a typical warehouse-style loft conversion, but the wide open layouts and polished concrete floors certainly give these Dallas lofts a true artists’ loft ambiance that’s hard to deny, especially if you love these sprawling open concepts.
SoCo Urban Lofts – 1122 Jackson, Dallas TX
If you’re looking for a true downtown Dallas loft for sale, it doesn’t get much more authentic than the SoCo Urban lofts. Originally an old railroad terminal with its own warehouse attached, is it even possible to find something more “urban” than this? And after just one look at most of its awesome interior spaces, we think you’ll agree 1122 Jackson Street is among the coolest loft conversions in all of DFW.
Adam Hats Lofts –2700 Canton, Dallas TX
If you like the classic warehouse style loft conversions, the Adam Hats Lofts at 2700 Canton Street are where you want to be. Huge industrial windows, large concrete columns, concrete ceilings and flooring, and expansive open floor plans are only part of the appeal about calling the Adam Hats Lofts home. Keep in mind, lofts here are only for rent; but rental rates are extremely competitive.
Coombs Bridge Lofts –2401 S. Ervay, Dallas TX
The Coombs Bridge Lofts made the list for the true open layouts found inside most of its units. Along with all the living space, residents here also get to enjoy a roomy rooftop patio that offers tremendous views of the downtown Dallas skyline—a bonus feature for this already one-of-a-kind loft conversion in south Dallas.
Canton Lofts –2220 Canton, Dallas TX
Originally built in 1925, the Canton Lofts are among our favorite buildings in all of Dallas, loft or otherwise. Its location is near-perfect for enjoy so much of what downtown Dallas has to offer, while the rooftop sundeck and pool boasts some of the best views of the city of any loft or condo building in the area.