What would Sister Carrie author Theodore Dreiser have said if someone told him, while he was writing his classic novel of American industrialization, that someday people would pant with desire to live in a former factory? And yet here we are with another post-industrial offering, this one with exposed ductwork, exposed brick and exposed steel roof trusses to boot.
If 2,400 square feet, deeded garage parking and a 3-year tax abatement isn't enough, there's also an "elliptical shaped breakfast bar." There is no shape like an ellipse for eating breakfast.
Size: 2 beds, 3 baths, den, 2 stories
Perks: hardwood floors, walk-in closet/dressing room, history-type stuff
HOA dues: $638/mo.
· Listing: 1148 N. Fourth Street Unit 6E [Redfin]