Building Spotlight: Edbrooke Lofts

 Edbrooke Lofts in Lower Downtown Denver is the original site of the Washington Hotel and Studebaker Buggy and Carriage House. Built in 1906 it is among the first of the luxury loft-conversion projects in LoDo. In 1990 it was converted to 39 expansive lofts along five floors.

The one and two bedroom residences are unusually spacious and range from 1,600 to 4,000 square feet. All units have exposed brick walls, ceiling fans in living areas and bedrooms, heavy timber beams, 14’ high ceilings, oversized windows with custom blinds, full size washer and dryer, hardwood flooring, 2nd story loft bonus area, gourmet kitchens and rooftop access. Edbrooke Lofts amenities include garage parking with storage, private roof deck with BBQ’s and amazing views of downtown Denver and surrounding mountains.

The LoDo (Lower Downtown) District is a very popular historic destination and is home to a variety of dining options, entertainment venues and sports events. It is steps from Union Station and the light rail hub. Coors Field is also nearby.

At present there are five units for sale at Edbrooke Lofts.  The average list price is $884,400 or $430 per square foot.  The units are on the market an average of 222 days. There are no rentals available at this time.

For additional information and a tour of this Neo-classical building contact the Building Expert for Edbrooke Lofts at

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