Outstanding 2 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Loft in Denver Dry Goods BuildingTurn of the Century charm meet the modern world in this wonderful two bedroom/one bathroom Downtown loft with garage parking in one of Denver'spremier historic buildings. Built in 1880s by Frank Edbrooke as the flagship store for the Denver Dry Goods Company, it now houses unique lofts with over 14 foot tall ceilings. As you enter this gorgeous loft you will notice many fantastic unique and original features from the early 1900s including; wood floors, floor to ceiling iconic columns, extra tall ceilings, tall double hung window and custom paint.This outstanding updated ranch-style condominium offers a lot of living in an eco-friendly footprint. Entertain in the spacious living/dining area, which boasts wood floors, floor to ceiling columns, extra tall ceilings, tall double hung window, faux wood blinds and ceiling fan.Enjoy cooking in the updated eat-in kitchen which features loads of cabinets and granite slab countertops, custom paint, electric stove, side-by-side refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave/hood. The kitchen opens to the living/dining area, has a kitchen island that comfortably fits two stools, as well as an eat-in kitchen area and is filled with lots of light creating a fun, comfortable and lively space.This wonderful condominium features two bedrooms with wood floors, extra tall ceilings and large closets. The large full-size bath has a double sink vanity, white tile shower surround and wood floors.Parking and storage are a must and this condo features a one-car detached garage space #17 located at 1627 California St and on-site storage unit #17. Bonus: The condo has its own stackable washer and dryer.Enjoy the rooftop deck with spectacular views of Downtown and the mountains. Amenities for the building include guest suite available for rent, fitness center, bike storage and a storage unit. Homeowner's dues cover more than most buildings, including Cable TV, Heat, & Air Conditioning.This condo is centrally located to take advantage of Denver's thriving Downtown neighborhood businesses such as restaurants, bars, coffee shops, retail shops and is just steps from light rail, Denver Convention Center, Denver Center for Performing Arts and 16th Street Mall.WEBSITE:http://www.1555californiast-317.comPROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:Bedrooms: TwoBathrooms: OneWood Floors: Yes!Floor to Ceiling Columns: Yes!Tall Double Hung Window: Yes!Extra Tall Ceilings: Yes!Custom Paint: Yes!Ceiling Fan: Yes!Granite Slab Counters: Yes! Loads of Cabinets: Yes!Eat-In Kitchen: Yes!Kitchen Island: Yes! Updated Kitchen: Yes! Updated Bath: Yes!All Appliances Included: Yes!Stackable Washer & Dryer: Yes!Garage: One Car Detached GarageOn-Site Storage: Yes!Guest suite available for rent: Yes!Fitness center: Yes!Bike storage: Yes!Total Square Feet: 840DOWNTOWN DENVER:From its early beginnings during the Gold Rush era, The Mile High City has always been a gathering place for diverse and creative people. Today, Denver is an outdoor city with a vibrant, walkable downtown offering urban adventures for all ages. Within a one-mile radius, you can kayak on the Platte River; explore some of the city's best museums; shop at art galleries and boutiques; see a Broadway touring show; enjoy live music; ride a rollercoaster or cool off in a water park; and experience exciting professional sports. Downtown is also home to many of Denver's top farm-to-table restaurants and innovative craft breweries, and the Denver Beer Trail is a great guide to sampling those local brews. Downtown's free 16th Street Mall shuttle makes it even easier to get around. Visit Larimer Square and the newly renovated Denver Union Station in historic Lower Downtown (Lodo), where Victorian buildings now house restaurants, galleries, shops, bars, brewpubs and coffee houses, or head to Denver Pavilions where you'll find shops, restaurants, bars and a movie theater. You can also discover Denver's neighborhoods by bike, thanks to the B-cycle bike-sharing program and don't miss the chance for a photo with everyone's favorite Blue Bear public art sculpture greeting visitors at the Colorado Convention Center. DENVER DRY GOODS BUILDING:Is a historic department store building located in downtown Denver, Colorado. For a while, the store was claimed to be the largest department store west of Chicago. A description on one postcard from 1916 read: "The Largest Store in the Central West, 400 Feet long-Seven Acres Floor Area, 1,200 Employees, A $1,500,000 Stock, 15th to 16th on California Street Denver Colorado". Flagship store of The Denver Dry Goods Company, the retailer was part of Associated Dry Goods, and under ADG the downtown Denver store was renovated. Many Colorado residents fondly recall the stores' motto, "Where Colorado Shops With Confidence." The store was acquired by May Company as part of Associated Dry Goods Corp. in 1986. Originally built in the 1880s, the store was expanded in 1906 and 1924. It was converted to condos 1994.