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El Dorado Lofts

Building Details:

  • Built in 1912
  • Renovated in 2009
  • 12 Floors
  • 65 Units

El Dorado Lofts is located in an area that was once known as the “Wall Street of the West.” The building was originally the Hotel Stowell, named after its builder N.W. Stowell a prominent businessman. It cost $300,000 to construct and catered to wealthy businessmen and tourists who paid between $1.50 and $5 per night. While the style is essentially a Gothic and Art Nouveau amalgamation, the green glazed brick façade, extravagant iron cornice, and floral terra cotta detailing is particularly unique among other buildings in downtown of similar vintage.

Lofts feature high ceilings, wood floors, modern kitchens, concrete accents. Some units have balconies. 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom units range from 1,020 to 1,310 feet, most with private, enclosed bedrooms. One-bedroom, 1-bathroom plans range from 730 to 780 feet and were left ‘open’ without bedroom doors or walls. The 12th floor is comprised of two penthouses at 1380 and 1530 square feet.

Building Amenities:

  • Mills Act
  • In-Unit Washers and Dryers
  • Reception Desk
  • Parking Available (fee)
  • 24/7 Security
  • Storage Available (fee)

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