Built in 1910, this building was riginally a production plant for the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco). The massive brick ovens are still a feature in this building. The building was later used as a warehouse for the Stuart Hall company.
The Freight House Lofts is the product of a $24 million redevelopment that was completed in 2004. Every effort was made to feature the exposed, arched ceilings, wood floors and brick walls as they originally existed.
It now houses 127 one, two and three bedroom loft apartments for rent. A variety of completely unique floor plans featuring balconies and brick ovens are available, ranging in size from 900 to 3,000 square feet. Rents range from $800 to $2,500 per month.
This unique loft apartment building is located in the historic crossroads freight district. Its state of the art amenities package includes a fitness center, tanning beds, Jacuzzi hot tub and a sauna. The club room features a walk out patio and is filled with urban furnishings, flat screen televisions, billiards and a business center with free-online access, fax and copy machine.