Windows on Washington Lofts

The Windows on Washington Lofts were built in 1903 and orignally home to the St. Louis Transit Company.

At the time the building served as a power plant for the Transit Company's city streetcars. The building was easily recognizable for many years with its aluminum siding until the 1990's when it was rahabbed into what is today one of St. Louis' premier downtown event venues, called Windows on Washington, with its tall neon bottle out front and spaciously designed event spaces.

The building today is home to 32 uniquely designed industrial lofts with tall ceilings, exposed brick and air ducts and concrate floors.

The building is located across the street from the world famous City Museum and only a short 5 minute walk from the downtown loft district with all its restaurants and entertainment venues in including the Cardinals, Blues and the new St. Louis City Soccer Club Stadium.

Written by Gregg Sharpe

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    LOCATION:
    1601 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103
    YEAR BUILT: 1909
    FLOORS: 8
    UNITS: 40
    HEIGHT: 118 ft