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Open Thread Q&A: Buying a condo or loft in Detroit

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FD Loft Eastern Market Photo by James Tumey

Welcome to Friday Open Threads, wherein we'll pass the mic to readers to speak up about topics of interest, distress, horror, and more. Have something you want discussed? Let us know. This week’s topic: This week, we’ll have Sabra Sanzotta, founder of The Loft Warehouse, on hand later in the afternoon to answer your questions about buying a loft or condo in Detroit.

4:00 p.m. The chat is now closed, but we recommend you scroll through the comments to see the thoughtful answers to these questions. Thank you everyone for sharing!

Have you considered buying a condo or loft in the city? Curious about the neighborhoods, the buildings, or the process? Ask your questions below!

Sabra Sanzotta is a building engineer by training and graduated from Case-Western Reserve with a BS in Construction Management. She spent 15 years of her early career in construction management with Bovis Lend Lease. She supervised large scale construction projects such as the Progressive Field in Cleveland, the renovation of the Hotel Intercontinental in Chicago and the McNamara Terminal at Detroit Metro Airport. She created The Loft Warehouse in 2006. Her experience with developers and construction companies gives her the insight needed to support development projects from the sales & marketing side.

The Loft Warehouse now has 17 licensed agents, all of whom Sabra has trained to be focused on Detroit residential property, with emphasis on condos and new developments. Sabra and her husband Jerome have been Detroit residents for more than 7 years