Lofts in Dallas

Luxury Loft Living!

Downtown, Uptown, Oak lawn, and Deep Ellum.
Looking for something unique? One of a kind Dallas loft? Be Impressed! Many amazing luxury loft to choose from. Let us find your amazing loft apartment!

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Dallas lofts for rent

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You can find  lofts for rent not only in Dallas but also in other areas and neighborhoods like;

  • Deep Ellum lofts
  • Uptown Dallas lofts
  • Downtown Dallas lofts
  • Knox Henderson lofts
  • Oak Lawn | Turtle Creek lofts
  • Victory Park lofts
  • Design District lofts
  • Medical Center lofts
  • White Rock lofts

Tailor your search for your loft to include pet-friendly lofts, urban lofts,  hard or soft lofts. Some people like finished looking type
lofts and other like the whorehouse style.

 

What is a Dallas Loft?

A Dallas loft can be an upper story or attic in a building, directly under the roof. Alternatively, a Dallas loft apartment refers to large open space, often converted form commercial (often light industrial ) or from other uses to residential use (a converted loft).

Loft apartments are apartments that are sometimes built from former industrial buildings. When industrial building is converted into condominiums instead of apartments, they may be called loft condominiums. The general term warehouse-to-loft conversions may sometimes be used for development of industrial buildings into apartments and condominiums. In some cases “Loft-style” may refer to a space like a street-level business occupies the first floor while apartment “lofts” are placed on the first floor.

Sometimes, loft apartments are popular with artists, they are now highly sought-after by other bohemians, and the gentrification of the former manufacturing sectors of medium to large cities is now a familiar pattern. One such sector is the Downtown Dallas Lofts in the Downtown Dallas art District.

Real estate industry distinguishes between “hard lofts”, which are former industrial buildings converted to residential or live/work use, and “soft lofts”, which are loft-style residential buildings built entirely anew as described above.

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