Located in one of the most sought-after buildings in downtown, Washburn Lofts residence 41 is a dynamic interplay between the historic Washburn-Crosby Mill Complex, with exposed masonry walls and 14-foot concrete ceilings, juxtaposed with a modern renovation, making this one of the most coveted lofts in Minneapolis.
Upon entering the apartment, a gorgeous art gallery corridor leads to a stunning living room with an entire wall of steel-framed windows, presenting the most iconic view of the Stone Arch Bridge.
MS&R architects artistically partitioned this award-winning space to deftly separate the private sleeping quarters while smartly connecting the primary bedroom off the oversized enclosed terrace, providing an abundance of natural light and sweeping views.
The elegant Valcucine kitchen is backlit, and features lift-up and slide-down panels. Custom-made, black-stained rift white oak cabinetry with built in paneled Gaggenau appliances and an oversized island provide ample room for entertaining while not intruding upon the preparation space. One of the two bedrooms and the study have built-in Murphy beds adding enhanced flexibility to this unique space.