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At Station 3 Lofts, brick is utilized as a structural element and not merely as a cosmetic application. In 2006, Station 3 Lofts received the "distinguished M Masonry Award" from the American Institute of Architects, applauding its use of this authentic warehouse material: Brick. In addition to its genuine brick walls, Station 3 Lofts also utilizes traditional loft materials and finishes including stained concrete floors, industrial hardware, structural beams, and wide open living spaces.



Cutting edge design and alluring details are on display at Station 3 Lofts. Genuine exposed brick walls, stained and polished concrete floors, panoramic floor to ceiling windows, soaring ceiling, European-style kitchens, and spacious outdoor terraces all speak of Station 3 Loft's stunning architectural design.



The fusion of industrial elements and contemporary design result in an attractive unique living environment that lends an industrial air to each Station 3 Loft. Thick exposed brick walls, impressive room height, industrial hardware, rolling doors, and visible structural steel beams give the loft an edge of strength and style.