If you want authentic living in the heart of downtown Dallas, then check out this new condo listing with personality, character, and a friendly asking price under $300K.
The SoCo Urban Loft Condo 1122 Jackson St. Apt 805 is our Tuesday Two Hundred. Built in 1925 as the Santa Fe Railroad terminal building and fully renovated in 2004, this cool building is equipped with great features and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The views are fab from this unit, which has one bedroom, one bathroom, and 928 square feet. Let’s take a look!
The building is situated near Young and South Griffin streets, within steps of restaurants, shops, and nightlife, and close to Pioneer Plaza, Deep Ellum, and Klyde Warren Park. This is a happening location! Amenities of the building include a media room, rooftop pool, 24-hour fitness facility, underground parking, and onsite security.
Columnist Jon Anderson write up this building in June. Here’s what he had to say:
As you might expect of a building of this vintage and use, there are large structural columns throughout the building. It will pay to look at multiple units to get a feel for which ones have minimized their intrusion. Also, as you can tell from mass of the building, many floor plans will have long windowless hallways leading to the living areas. But on the upside, units also benefit from additional storage spaces located on their floors. For the Christmas-tree-toting condo seeker, this is perfect.
This unit features exposed brick, polished concrete floors, stainless steel appliances, and onsite storage units. The high ceilings, color palette, industrial-chic fans, and sliding doors add to the ambience and urban loft feel.
The staging of this unit is on point, showing off function and flow, but without clutter or crap to take distract a buyer’s eye.
This SoCo Urban Loft Condo was listed Oct. 27 by Mariasol Salazar with Vivo Realty for $204,900. Monthly HOA dues are $352 and include blanket insurance, exterior maintenance, full use of facilities, maintenance of common areas, management fees, water, secured parking, and trash.