Nestled at the intersection of Walnut and Orr streets is the historic Berry Building. Built in the 1924, the 35,000-square-foot post-and-beam building once served as a grocery warehouse before being renovated in 2010. It’s now a cornerstone of the North Village Arts District and the home of 12 luxury loft apartments and an eclectic mix of businesses. John and Vicki Ott own the building.
“The building has the feel I wanted in a studio,” says David Swinburne, who began renting one of the lofts in August 2016. “It’s so cool that there are businesses right below me.”
Another of Swinburne’s favorite aspects of the space is its location — indulgences and conveniences are within a stone’s throw.
“I’m not from around here, so being downtown allows me to go to the local bars and restaurants and make family here,” he says. “You also have the clothing store, groceries, the florist. All of your friends come downtown, and you’re already here.”
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(picture from Alley A Realty)