A Loft to Worship

Tuesday, October 02, 2018

 

It all started with a clan of Presbyterians in 1909 when this iconic Romanesque Revival cathedral was built on a quiet corner of Mount Pleasant. It ceased being a church in 1989 and was used as a theatre and performing arts venue until being converted to these gorgeous lofts in 1994 by Gomberoff-Policzer Architects. This stunning loft is meant for the creative, the passionate and the entertainer, from a ceiling peak of 27 plus feet to the 17 foot arched cathedral window, exposed brick, and timber beams it is truly a coveted space. In a prime Mount Pleasant location with the Federal Store across the street, just steps to the shopping/restaurants on Main, and 2 parking spaces included. Immersed in design and detail this true designer loft is waiting for you.

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