Situated on Lamar street, these lofts in the Cedars neighborhood were developed in one of Dallas’ most iconic historic buildings. This eclectic red-brick property provides warehouse-style lofts perfect for anyone who is seeking a centrally-located residence without the hustle and bustle often found in the nearby downtown area.
The property’s long history spans more than a century, first appearing as a Dallas landmark in 1910 as the Sears, Roebuck & Co.’s Catalog Merchandise Center. Early on, this building played an integral part in the national retailer’s success and was Sears’ first venture outside of its native Chicago.
Over the following decades of expansion, the property grew in size and prominence until finally closing its doors in 1993. This laid the path for a complete overhaul of the former distribution center, transforming it into a mixture of retail establishments and residential lofts first available for rent in mid-2000.
From the on-site Janette Kennedy Gallery, to the 30-seat private theater, there is no shortage of amenities available to residents. The property prides itself on its friendly staff and promoting a warm, community atmosphere by hosting numerous events for residents all throughout the year, and is conveniently located one block from the Cedars DART Station.
|1 Bedroom||1062 to 1763 sqft||$1350 to $1800/month|
|2 Bedroom||1476 to 2885 sqft||$1500 to $2500/month|
|3 Bedroom||2728 to 3446 sqft||$2500 to $3600/month|
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