Downtown urban living is affordable and flexible at 1122 Jackson St. Apt. 609 in the Soco Urban Loft Condos. You can own a piece of the Dallas skyline here without feeling cramped. Your wallet won’t either: it’s priced under $200K.
This is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit with 954 square feet. The owners have built in a Murphy bed in the living area, making the smart choice to have this light-filled room as the main recreation and sleeping area. When it’s up, the room looks and functions like a stylish living space. When it’s down, the room becomes a large bedroom. In the hallway, there’s a loft bed above the walk-in closet, accessible by ladder. Lots of sleeping options.
Prices in Soco generally range from $175 to $220 per square foot, and this one is priced at $209.
Soco is housed in the Santa Fe Terminal Building #2, built in 1925 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located near Young and South Griffin streets in the heart of downtown, this loft has lots of authentic details that remind you of the building’s construction era (it was once a railroad terminal/warehouse, reimagined as hip condos 12 years ago).
This unit on the sixth floor offers quite a few upgrades. Think custom cabinets in the kitchen, a breakfast bar, and stainless steel appliances. There’s also a renovated stone bathroom with a walk-in shower and separate bathtub, as well as a full-size laundry area. High ceilings, polished concrete floors, LED lights, and big windows complete the space.
This condo also comes with one assigned garage parking space, an additional storage area, and the building has a gym and daytime concierge. It’s close to the new Alamo Drafthouse, and from the rooftop deck, where there’s a swimming pool and grilling station, the views are panoramic.
It was listed July 19 by the Hickman Weber Group with Ebby Halliday Realtors for $199,000. Monthly HOA dues are $363 and include blanket insurance, exterior maintenance, full use of facilities, maintenance of common areas, management fees, reserves, and trash.