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Newly renovated loft in Milwaukee Junction wants just under $500K

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It’s the largest of five units in the 1910 building

Photos by Stylish Detroit

A lot of developments are happening in Milwaukee Junction at the moment. So it’s no wonder that lofts in the neighborhood near New Center are going for over $200 per square foot.

That’s also the case for the one at 445 East Milwaukee Avenue, the largest of five newly-rehabbed units in a classic 1910 building, now called The Milwaukee Lofts. The other three finished units have already sold; the last will be available later in the summer.

This 2,397-square-foot, two-bedroom loft is going for $499,000. It’s listed through Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Loft Warehouse.

It’s got many of the signature features of a turn-of-the-century building–turned loft: exposed brick walls, high ceilings, glass block windows. But there’s also been a fair amount of dry wall erected that covers the piping and beams (thankfully, no drop ceiling). The floors, fixtures, appliances—pretty much everything—is brand new.

Other details worth noting: the master bedroom has a walk-in closet and the property comes with a detached, one-car garage. There’s also a little, second-floor deck that gives a view of New Center and the Fisher Building.