Posted by Mark Washburn on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 8:02:04 AM By Mark Washburn / August 22, 2017 Comment
With your choice of five distinct floor plans, The Place on First supplies the exclusivity of a small condo development, with the upscale features designed to attract buyers. This high-end, mixed-use building sits at Jackson and First Street, touted as the first building of its kind to be constructed in the area in about ten years. The stylish design of the property and the River District address only add to its appeal. While the building supplies retail, restaurant and office space, it’s home to just 15 luxury residences. The homes range from studio units priced starting in the $200,000s to two-bedroom condos priced starting in the $300,000s and more spacious three-bedrooms priced starting in the $500,000s. Those units range from more cozy floor plans of around 840 square feet to large units toping 2,300 square feet in size. The largest floor plan available within the building is the Edison. At three-bedrooms, the corner unit generates city and river views. Another corner unit, the McGregor, provides the luxury of two balconies, along with three-bedrooms and three-baths. The Jackson and Heitman floor plans, meanwhile, include two-bedrooms and two-baths. Meanwhile, the studio design of the Lee floor plan serves up views overlooking Jackson Street. With polished concrete floors and high ceilings, the homes also offer such design features as exposed brick walls, large windows and glass sliding doors. As well, they include the luxury of an open-air terrace, providing some city and river views, depending on the floor plan. Additionally the condos are outfitted with quartz countertops and large closets for storage. Topped by a sky terrace on the ninth floor, the building also offers a fitness studio and bicycle storage. While a parking garage, retail and restaurant space round out floors one and two, office space entertains floors three, four and five of the building. The Place on First luxury condos are located on floors six through eight.
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