Moon Brother's Carriage Lofts were first announced at the Spring 2005 Loft tour with construction beginning in 2006 and closings taking place later that year and into 2007. The building was sold out and established well. The structure, known as the factory for the famous MOON Car, is perfect for a loft building. Bright red brick and timber ceilings give the perfect backdrop for the style that Loftworks was known for - solid doors, large bathrooms and closets and elegant, modern kitchens & baths.
Premier Realty Exclusive has sold more Lofts in the Moon Brothers Carriage Lofts than any Saint Louis Realtor and would be more than happy to Assist You Today! Contact Us Today 314-772-4868 or Email Us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
have been active in the downtown St Louis real estate market, selling more lofts downtown than any other Realtors. Many changes have taken place in the loft district since 2004, when the Premier Team took its first listing downtown. At that time, very few Realtors that had worked in the loft district, many buyers purchased lofts were unassisted by professionals and cooperation from developers was limited.
Participation in the Partnership for Downtown St Louis, Downtown St Louis Residents Association, Downtown NEXT, Urban Affairs Committe of the St Louis Association of Realtors, and the St Louis Convention and Visitors Bureau continue to place the Premier Team in the middle of the Downtown St Louis real estate market and events throughout the St Louis loft district.
We invite everyone to experience the excitement of downtown living and are happy to assist home buyers in checking out the area with the Premier Team!
Loft Living in Downtown St Louis or Luxury Condo Living puts the urban dweller steps from everything! Downtown Living may not be for everyone, but for those looking for an exciting yet relaxed lifestyle, no yards to mow or gutters to clean, beautiful views, lots of friends and plenty of things to do, Downtown is the right fit! Walk to the Cardinals game, spend a few hours in CityGarden, cheer on the Blues or catch a play at the Peabody: there's too many attractions to mention! Galleries, museums, cafe's and great new public spaces are taking over what used to be a deserted neighborhood.