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7th Street Lofts

7th Street Lofts are one of the most recent condo units to be added to the Grand Rapids area. These condos were originally apartments on the upper level of a commercial building. Now, these apartments are being transformed into spacious condos for purchase. Located on the northwest side of the city, these condos are a little off the beating path but still close enough to enjoy downtown. In addition, these condos are closely located near the up and coming Bridge Street area. With the addition of the new Meijer along with other restaurants and local breweries, this is sure to be the next walkable area.

 

 

65 Monroe Center

On the corner of Ionia and Monroe Center Street, this condo building offers residents top of the line units to call home and they have off street parking! With unique floor plans that include large master suites and original hardwood floors, it is hard not to fall in love once you walk inside. Providing an urban feel, there are marble countertops and large windows that let in tons of natural light. 65 Monroe Center also offers another unique feature to the building, a penthouse condo on the top floor. The entire top floor has been converted into a 4500-sq. ft. condo unit with top of the line, high-end finishes. The elevator will take you right to the condo where you will find amazingly tall ceilings and huge windows that overlook the city.

Boardwalk

Originally constructed as a furniture factory, the Boardwalk Condo building was completed in 1892. In 2001, the building received a $35 million renovation that created the condos that you see today. The windows, plumbing, and heating/cooling systems were all revamped. These renovations completed within the building allowed for it to be turned into a bustling and popular home for Grand Rapids residents. The common rooftop deck is a great place to see for miles and gives dazzling views of the city skyline. The outdoor pool and jacuzzi are two additional amenities that allow residents to enjoy the great outdoors.

 

 

Brickway Residence

Located at 56 Monroe Center, the Brickway Residence condos are an affordable condo building with an urban feel right in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids. This building remained vacant for a long period of time before Virgin Soil LLC turned the unused space into a 9-unit place to call home. Enter through a secure door and head up to your home where you will find exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, and tall windows that let in tons of natural light. All condo owners at Brickway Residence have a common rooftop deck to share that gives amazing views of the city. The units in this building are one bedroom, although they are not small there is still a place that offers residents generous storage for seasonal belongings.

 

 

City View

City View is not only luxurious but gives you the ability to walk out your front door and right into the heart of downtown Grand Rapids. Once known as the Select Banking Building, the building has been converted into luxury condos. Enjoy the security of entering through a private entrance and if you need additional storage, there is some provided in the basement. These condos have features like original hardwood floors, 10-foot ceiling, large master bedrooms, marble countertops, and massive windows to let in natural lighting. If you want an amazing view, check out the shared roof top deck where you can see for miles around the city. Located on the top two floors of the building there are two penthouse suites that are enormous and cover 3,800 sq. ft. separated between two levels. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms each, they feel even more spacious with 21-foot ceilings and large windows.

 

 

Clark Place

Known to many as the American Seating building, the Clark Place Condos can be found on the fourth floor of the building. Built in 1886, the building was originally constructed as Grand Rapids School Furniture where student desk and chair units were made for classrooms. Throughout the years, the company would continue to make seats and furniture and in 1906 formally became known as American Seating. Although this building is known as the American Seating building, there are many other businesses that reside within the building. The second and third floors of the building are home to many businesses and Nexus Academy. The building is located on the northwest side of the city of Grand Rapids and the units that face the city provide a spectacular view of the Grand Rapids skyline. Looking out your fourth-floor windows, you will see an amazing view of the city from home. One of the great amenities offered with the Clark Place Condos is the available parking and this condo development provides residents with a garage parking space and a spacious parking lot.

 

 

Fitzgerald Residence

Originally constructed in 1915, the building was once the home of the YMCA in downtown Grand Rapids and has since been converted into the Fitzgerald Residence Condos. This classic revival building is located on Library Street in the heart of downtown and has seen some renovations over the course of its life that have restored it to its former glory. One of the better features is the covered parking spaces that are deeded to each unit, ensuring that you will have a place to park in the busy downtown scene. The community area in the Fitzgerald is a welcoming area with a wood paneled library and lounge that is available to all residents of the building. Other community areas include the outdoor deck with a hot tub and grilling area, perfect for entertaining outdoors. Make sure to take advantage of the fitness center and if you need additional storage, there are individual storage units.

 

 

Forslund Condos

Downtown Grand Rapids is filled with great places to eat, shop, or explore and living in a great location is just an added bonus to these great things. If location is an important amenity when looking for a new home, the Forslund condos are the right place for you. In addition to location, this 18-unit condo building features a secure entrance, exposed brick, hardwood floors, and high-end finishes. Enjoy the rooftop deck and patio that overlooks the iconic Grand River that flows throughout Grand Rapids. Another great feature that you can find along with these condo units are the underground parking spaces. Parking in the city can often be difficult and the Forslund condo units accommodate their residents with this desirable feature. Also attached to this building is a skywalk that will take your right to Devos Performance Hall.

 

 

Front Row

Located in the city center, Front Row condos are a unique loft style condo building. The high ceilings, European tile, and bamboo floors give these condos a unique look that cannot be found in other buildings. Thirteen-foot ceilings, large windows, and large livings space make these condos feel large and welcoming. Updated units with large walk in closet, high-end appliances, and granite make Front Row condos move in ready.

 

 

Goodspeed Condos

Located near the Amway Grand, Goodspeed Lofts are one of the more recent additions to the downtown condo scene in Grand Rapids. This ideal location gives the ability to be in downtown within minutes. Goodspeed lofts base their association dues upon the square footage of the unit and include electricity as well as heat. Enjoy these loft style condos which leave little to be desired with updated condo units and a great location.

 

 

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Located across the street from the Grand River, you have easy access to great fishing and walking paths along the river side. The location of these condos provides great access to a natural setting but you are still close to the great restaurants, shops, and. These condos feature an open concept floor plan with upgraded amenities like stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. The large windows allow for beautiful natural light and for some more outdoor enjoyment, step out on the spacious balcony to sip on some lemonade while you read a book. This condo building is also a pet-friendly place to live, allowing up to two pets per condo unit.

 

 

Landmark Lofts

Located on the banks of the Grand River near the 6th Street Bridge, the Landmark Lofts Condos have breathtaking views north up the river and south down the river at downtown Grand Rapids. These condos designed by DeVries Companies have been designed to mimic the look and feel of a loft style. With condos that have one or two bedrooms, you will find some gorgeous design features. Have a few extra things to store, use the ample space on the lower level to store your seasonal items. Keeping with the loft style designed you will find exposed brick and tall ceilings with wooden beams in the condo units. Visible duct work adds an industrial feel to these loft-style condos and many of the condos have updated features. With bamboo and ceramic floors and high-quality counter tops, these condos are move in ready.  Many of the Landmark Lofts Condo units have a balcony attached to them and some have more than one!

 

 

Monroe Terrace

If you are looking for a place that allows you to enjoy city living without being in the middle of it all, Monroe Terrace is a great place to purchase a condo. These two-story loft style condos have an industrial feel with hardwood floors, exposed brick, tall ceilings, and exposed duct work. Overlooking the Grand River, these condos are in a great place for easy access to the highway and local amenities. The heat and electric are included in the association dues along with trash, water, sewer, and insurance. In addition, you will find safe and secure covered parking that is located underground. This added feature is great because parking in the city can often be tough and purchasing a parking space year-round can get expensive.

 

 

Peck Condos

Peck condos are located centrally in the city on Monroe Center near all the hustle and bustle of downtown Grand Rapids. The building was originally built in the 1800’s but was completely restored by Rockford Construction in 1999. The bottom portion of the building is dedicated to local shops like AnGina’s Boutique, A Pear, Little Bohemia, and Café Solace. In addition to such amazing retail shops and location, this historical building resides on the list of National Historic Places. Enter the building through a secure access point which is operated by an intercom system and key card access. Inside the condo units, you will find tall windows, stainless-steel appliances, and beautiful cabinetry. This condo building is a pet-friendly environment and you can also take advantage of the storage area located in the basement of the building.

 

 

Plaza Towers

With the condo units located on the upper floors, there are some amazing views of the city and on a clear day, you can see for miles. There are some condo units that face the Grand River and others that face towards downtown Grand Rapids all of which provide spectacular views. With such a central location, Plaza Towers front doors leave you in the heart of the city and a walk in any direction will take you to great places for food or shopping. Enjoy the pool and roof top tennis courts, but most of all enjoy the view from these great condo units. Directly across the street from Plaza Towers is The BOB which features many different bars in one building.

 

 

Riverhouse

The Riverhouse Condos are located in the Bridgewater Place building on the northwest side of Grand Rapids. With 34 floors and ten different condo layouts, the first Riverhouse Condo was occupied in 2008. This residential unit is famous in the Grand Rapids skyline and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. Currently, the building is the tallest in the city and the tallest all residential building in the state of Michigan. The Riverhouse Condos offer some great amenities to their residents without having to leave the building. One of the great benefits of choosing to live in this building is the 24/7 security that provides a safe and welcoming place to live. In addition, they have a fitness center, indoor hot tub, and current activated lap pool. Residents of Grand Rapids know that parking is not always to easiest and this building provides condo owners with two covered parking spaces. There is also parking available if you choose to have guests over to your home.

 

 

Tapestry Square

Located south of the city center, Tapestry Square are newer condos that have beautiful updates and secure private entry. These two-story condos have a townhouse feel and attached garages to keep your car dry year-round. Open concept layouts give these condos a spacious feel and the master bedroom is complete with an en-suite with large walk in closet. The newer age of these units creates a low maintenance home with energy efficiency to help give you peace of mind.

 

 

The Rowe

Grand Rapids is a city full of historical buildings and many of them are being converted into condos and living spaces with great stories about the building. The Rowe condos are located in one of the historical buildings in Grand Rapids that have been renovated over the years. Originally opened as The Rowe Hotel in 1923, this 1.5-million-dollar project was way ahead of its time and was built as a new "fire proof" hotel. One of the most famous people to spend the night in The Rowe Hotel was John F Kennedy in 1958 when he made a trip to Grand Rapids. Eventually, the hotel would no longer be the most modern and up to date in the city, which is when it was renamed the Old Manor and converted into a retirement home. Serving as a retirement facility, the property was fully functional until it closed its doors leaving the building vacant from 2001 to 2014. After remaining vacant for that period, there was an announcement made in December of 2014 that there was a renovation project being planned for the building. On the top two floors of this historical building, you can find the nine condo units with spectacular views of the city.

 

 

Union Square

Like most condo buildings you see in Grand Rapids today, many of them did not originate at facilities for people to live in. The condos at Union Square have a similar history but rather than converting an unfunctional furniture factory into condos, this building started as a school. The brick portion of the building is the original high school that educated students in Grand Rapids for many years. At a later date, there were some additions added to the building creating more space. The red and black portion of the building was added to increase the size of the building and is now known as the Penthouse and Penthouse Lofts. Some of the character from the original school has been left in the building to maintain the unique history is brings to the condo units inside. Features like chalkboards and banisters have been intertwined with the updates to the building. Some of these old school features have been incorporated into a few of the Union Square condo units giving them an updated modern style with history. Tall ceiling heights give owners the feel of a bigger space and large windows let in tons of natural light.