Manufacturing buildings from the turn of the 20th century are known for their high ceilings and wide-open floor plans. As the 21st century keeps rolling along, many of those old manufacturing buildings are being turned into lofts and the results are amazing. In Fort Worth, Texas, the Miller Lofts apartment community is made from a remodeled manufacturing plant that was built in 1910. The original charm of the building remains, and the residents love the antique feel the building offers.
The facility offers one or two-bedroom designs with huge, open layouts. The ceilings can be as high as 20-feet, and the industrial look of the building has been retained. It is impossible to get away from the charm of the entire building, and that is one of the big things the residents love about it. The facility offers ample parking, and there is a very strong emphasis on resident safety.
There is a studio apartment feel to each unit, even though there are no studio apartments in the building. Bathroom fixtures with antique designs and breakfast bars in the kitchen really add to the overall aura of the building. Anyone looking to live someplace that offers a real early 20th century feel will want to live at Miller Lofts.