The Eoff Electric Company constructed its business headquarters in 1905 at the corner of NW 10th Avenue and Glisan Street. Though the business has since moved out, the building lives on as the City Lofts, a 1994 renovation and the Pearl District’s oldest loft conversion.
The building’s historical design is kept intact in these elegant lofts. Each of the 14 condos features exposed brick and heavy-timber beams. High 14-foot ceilings are reached by floor-to-ceiling bookshelves complete with rolling library ladders, and butt-end flooring is made from solid oak.
Each unit also features master suites with walk-in closets, and most bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs and showers. Kitchen amenities include stainless steel gas appliances and rolling islands. Large wall-to-wall windows give excellent views of the city and provides natural sunlight throughout the day. Each unit also has access to a large private terrace.
This Portland condo features secured parking and entry, and it is a short walk from the Portland Streetcar and the MAX light rail.
Since the City Lofts was first converted, the Pearl District has experienced a stunning transformation marked by the proliferation of restaurants, boutique shops and art galleries, not to mention Powell’s bookstore, the country’s largest independent bookstore. Its melding of cultural sophistication with industrial architecture gives this Pearl District condo a feel that recalls New York City but is distinctly Portland.
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