New Brick Historic Lofts
South Boston, VA 2014
New Brick Historic Lofts afford premier residential living in the heart of Downtown South Boston, VA. This historic tobacco warehouse, an integral part of the local economy from the late nineteenth century through the mid-to late-twentieth century, was restored and adapted into 27 high end, spacious one and two bedroom loft style apartments by Rehab Builders, Inc. State of the art green building techniques were incorporated to provide a desirable environment for its residents.
The new living spaces feature loft designs that take advantage of the 17+ foot ceilings, large windows, dropped ceiling fans, hardwood floors, exposed ductwork, granite countertops, energy efficient stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, original exposed brick and beams, washer/dryer hook ups in each unit, spacious closets, ceramic tile in bathrooms, custom staircases made out of 100 year old floor joists and more. Common amenities include a fitness center, dog park, laundry room for residents that don’t own personal machines, private parking and additional affordable on-site storage.
For more information, go to www.newbrickhistoriclofts.com
Winner of the Virginia Main Street Association Special Acheivement Award, the Preservation VA Gabriella Page Preservation Award, the VA Downtown Development Association Award of Excellence, the AIA Eastern NC Adaptive Reuse Award and the AIA Eastern NC Residential 2nd Place Award!
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