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Intro to Stonebridge Lofts
Built from the ground up throughout 2013 and 2014, Stonebridge Lofts has rejuvenated the Minneapolis condo market by being the first condo project to break ground since 2008.
Stonebridge’s elegant construction makes the most of glass, concrete, and steel elements. Its striking exterior carries inside to the one, two, and three bedroom units. Modern touches include floor-to-ceiling windows, free-flowing hardwood floors, & top-of-the-line finishes.
Stonebridge is steps away from several of Minneapolis’ top landmarks such as the Guthrie Theater, the Mississippi riverfront, and of course, the Stone Arch Bridge.
GREAT NEWS FOR THE MINNEAPOLIS CONDO MARKET
The Minneapolis condo market has been at a standstill since 2008. Stonebridge Lofts is the first condominium project to break ground since Phoenix on the River (a high-end tower near the foot of the Stone Arch Bridge).
Stonebridge Lofts’ contemporary interiors will showcase a wealth of natural light, generous ceiling heights and maple flooring. Oversized windows will offer views of the Mississippi and Gold Medal Park, and many of the units will also feature gourmet kitchens and custom finishes.
A variety of floorplans are available and individual units will range from 969 to 2,947 square feet -- many featuring their own private balcony.
# of Floors: 12
# of Units: 164
Stonebridge features 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom condos. Modern build offers floor-to-ceiling windows, woodfloors throughout, and top finishes.
Good to Know
Domestic pets are allowed with some restrictions. A maximum of two dogs, two cats, or one of each can live in a single unit.
There are 12 parking spaces available to guests.
Stonebridge Lofts receives a walkability score of 85 from walkscore.com. Most daily errands can easily be accomplished on foot.
FirstService Residential is responsible for property management at Stonebridge Lofts. They can be reached at (952)-277-2700.
No move in/out fee. Schedule with property manager.
The shared community room view of Gold Medal Park is blocked by the neighboring Izzy’s Ice Cream factory and scoop shop.