Loft apartments offer spacious, open floor plans, and tall ceilings, and many loft apartments in St. Paul, MN, also provide a peek into local history. St. Paul is the second-largest city in Minnesota, with a population of around 311,000, and dates back to around 1838, when a bootlegger was kicked off of the Fort Snelling military grounds about 5 miles away. Soon after, French Canadians began to settle in the area, and it was named Saint-Paul in 1841, and the city incorporated in 1854. In the early years, St. Paul was a hotspot for financing and commerce. Today, some of those buildings have become beautiful apartments in St. Paul, MN. Here are just a few of the lofts in St. Paul.
East Seventh & Mounds
These homey lofts are in what used to be a dry goods warehouse. Transformed by wood floors, accent walls, and fully equipped kitchens with modern backsplashes and new appliances, these studio through two-bedroom apartments are in Lowertown. The design touches are as flexible as the layouts and let renters choose from an industrial style with metal railings, and near-black cabinetry, or a more traditional look with warm mahogany-colored cabinets and carpeted rooms.
340 Sibley Street Lofts
Built in 1888, this quaint historic building has been restored and renovated to provide studio, one-, and two- layouts with tall ceilings and windows. These apartments have original hardwood floors, exposed beams, and modern finishes. And nestled in historic Lowertown, you’ll be just blocks away from the river and the best eateries and nightlife in St. Paul.
Previously the Robinson Straus & Company and Powers Dry Goods, Lowertown Lofts is a stunning historic building. Fully modern and pet-friendly, these apartments have high ceilings and exposed beams. Luxury meets industrial in each renovated loft, featuring modern finishes, cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances.