Kress Lofts was built in 1936 by department store magnate, S.H. Kress, a foremost collector of deco art, it was one of 250 across Main Street America. Only 50 remain today, many ranked as landmarks. (Other Kress locations include New York City’s Fifth Avenue, Canal Street in New Orleans and Hollywood Boulevard in L.A.)
Lofts feature uncovered wooden rafters, thick concrete columns, brick walls and the I-beams designed with steel altogether create a perfect and flawless abode in the central city! The area of the loft covers about an average measurement of 1300 SF and covers spacious range of about 920 to 2120 SF.