Washburn Lofts #22

Washburn Lofts #22

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Washburn lofts is widely regarded as Downtown Minneapolis’ most-coveted loft building & is home to some of the most exclusive residences in the city. It’s riverfront location at the foot of the Stone Arch Bridge, historic National Landmark status, & ultra-private unit mix of 22 large residences (only 2-3 units/floor) set it apart from other luxury options.

This dramatic loft features 14' ceilings, exposed brick, massive sculptural columns, & huge windows w/motorized shades. Remarkably thoughtful plan w/bedrooms on each side of the central kitchen, living, dining area—all orientated along south window-wall. Includes 2 extra-large stalls & storage rm.

Washburn’s common amenities rival buildings 5x its size & include riverside patio, lg community rm w/panoramic views & catering kitchen, large exercise rm, 2 elevators, & caretaker. Walk to everything in downtown’s most exclusive neighborhood & live shoulder-to-shoulder with the Mill City Museum, Guthrie Theater, & Stone Arch Bridge.


Listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1983, Washburn Lofts is part of the Washburn-Crosby Mill A Mill complex that includes the neighboring Mill City Museum. Washburn-Crosby was the forerunner of General Mills and, in its heyday, this complex was the largest flour mill in the world.

The Washburn Lofts building itself was the A Mill’s Utility Building & Sack House (packaging plant). It was home to the famous Betty Crocker Kitchen, and was the birthplace of WCCO (Washburn-Crosby Co.) Radio.

The three terra cotta figures on the building's south facade represent the history of milling technology and were designed by Minneapolis sculptor John Karl Daniels — best known for his sculpture of Leif Ericson at the Minnesota State Capitol.

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Scott Parkin

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Verve Realty

Scott has over sixteen years of experience in residential sales, leasing, and management. His passion for architecture and design keep him well versed in current trends in residential housing. Prior to joining the firm in 2003, Scott was a condominium association manager overseeing many of the premier communities along the riverfront.

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