Landmark Lofts – Downtown Grand Rapids Condos

Landmark Lofts – Downtown Grand Rapids Condos on the Grand River

Landmark Lofts Condos

Landmark Lofts Condos

There is a cool, urban loft style condo located at 801 Monroe Ave NW called the Landmark Lofts. Developed by De Vries Companies, this downtown Grand Rapids Loft offers great style and location. Enjoy views of the city, historic 6th Street Bridge and walk along the Grand River pathways. There is Endurance Fitness Centers just up the street at the Boardwalk condos and you are about 1 mile north of the downtown core.

Cambridge House is a few minutes walk south and is a popular local pub featuring an extensive wine and beer menu. Landmark Lofts are a good option if you are working in the Medical Mile or downtown and should be on your list of condos to see when taking a tour.

Many of the units in these urban living spaces close to the city offer sensational upgrades. You will find hardwood floors, granite counter tops, custom cabinetry, the original – richLandmark Lofts Condos wood beams, exposed brick walls, ceramic tile and exposed duct work. There is off-street parking and river views as well as a peaceful location. Landmark Lofts offer one and two bedroom condos and prices vary from $160k to $300k. Square footage is from just under 700 to over 1500.

*Prices from $150’s – 1 and 2 Bedrooms available
*From ~~700 Sq/ft to 1500+ Sq/ft.
*Association fee: depends on unit
*Coverage: Trash Pickup, Yard Care, Water, Sewer, Snow Removal, Insurance, Heat
*Features Incl: Secure entrance. beamed ceilings, Exposed Brick, Loft Style, In Unit Washer/Dryer Hookups, Balconies, River Views, Park Views, Close to Walking trails.

For more information on these or any other downtown condo, or to schedule a tour, please call me direct at 616-570-1871 or contact me any time.

Landmark Lofts Condos Listings


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  1. Posted February 3, 2009 at 10:53 am | Permalink

    This looks like a great building with a historic feel. I know this is what people in New Orleans tend to like.

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