Silver Square Lofts in Denver, Colorado are true New York style industrial lofts that feature dramatic ceilings, huge windows, and open floor plans. The complex is an 80K square foot metal and brick turn of the century style complex with many of the units nicely upgraded with gourmet kitchens, granite counter-tops, and hardwood flooring.
In the 1930s, the Ironworks building expanded adding a Butler style, 40 foot high metal building. During World War II the building was used to assemble PT boats, other times, it was used for fabricating oil field equipment, and manufacturing sugar-refining machinery.
Silver Square Lofts are Denver’s original loft development, and a historic collection of buildings, built in the 1930s. The buildings are the original buildings and unique with one wrapped in corrugated iron, and several striking features, including a crane standing over 50 feet tall.
The development runs from 3309 to 3377 Blake Street and consists of 57 lofts, from under 1000 sq. ft. to 3000 sq. ft. with many having city and / or mountain views. Residents share central outdoor and indoor common areas with wireless Internet connection. Amenities include parking and deck, a private courtyard, and central cooling and heating.
Prices range from the low $200,000s to over $600,000.