Loft Types

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Lofts provide urban living in a large, open space that has been converted for residential living. Lofts are the happening thing for people looking for a place to live in big and small cities alike. Lofts are classic, modern and timeless all at the same time. There are several different types of lofts in different types of neighborhoods.

Loft Types

  • When a person thinks of a loft for residential living, she probably instantly thinks of a converted warehouse. Many people are surprised to know that there is more than one type of loft. In big cities, most lofts are converted warehouses. but there are many lofts that are newly built because of the high demand for lofts. The most common types of lofts are attic lofts, bi-level/New York-style/artist lofts, industrial lofts and loft-type units.

Attic Lofts

  • An attic loft is a loft that is located in the upper room of a home. Typically, people use these areas for storage, but in recent years, they have been converted for bedrooms or for areas to be rented out. Homeowners convert the attic area so they can have a space that can be rented out, or they can have an area that enlarges the living area for their own personal use.

Bi-Level/Artist Lofts

  • Bi-level/artist lofts have extremely high ceilings; the ceilings reach 15 feet or higher. Although there are lofted bedrooms, the units do not have interior walls. These are typically the type of lofts people envision because this is what is seen most in New York and the movies. These lofts are where the loft conversion to residential living movement began.

Industrial Lofts

  • Industrial lofts are what the average person buys today. These types of lofts typically are converted warehouses, but in recent years, they have been in entirely new buildings. Inside there are high exposed ceilings and expansive windows and no lofted bedrooms or interior walls.

Loft-Type Units

  • Loft-type units give the owner the feel of a traditional loft mix with aspects of a traditional house. These lofts are multifamily housing units that have both interior walls and enclosed bedrooms. The ceilings are both high and exposed, windows are large and offer natural light, and floor plans are open.

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