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The Renaissance Lofts Marlborough


POSTED BY Shuki Haiminis | 18 March, 2016
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The Renaissance Lofts Marlborough redefines modern living. Located on Lincoln Street between Pleasant and Mechanic Streets, the Renaissance Lofts are a redesign of the classic Mill Building. The project took advantage of the latest processes in eco-friendly production alongside partnerships with highly regarded professionals in the field of design and construction. This combination resulted in an exceptional and creative visual that has to be seen to be believed.

 

The Renaissance Lofts is located in the heart of Marlborough, one of the fastest growing business regions in the state. The area's economic vitality is drawing a broad range of corporations looking to call the city home. Add in the city's aggressive attempt to revitalize the infrastructure with new business and sustaining an exciting lifestyle and it becomes obvious why Marlborough is getting more attention than ever.

 

Nestled amid thriving businesses and the city's finest eateries and shopping areas, the Renaissance Lofts Marlborough still manages to be an eco-system all by itself. Among its features are a dynamic center courtyard and roof deck. There's a café on the first floor. All floor plans are spacious and incredibly flexible with many offering multi-level facilities. Whether you need office space or a living space, the Renaissance Lofts Marlborough offers growth in an energy efficient and stylish environment that's easy on the eye.

 

While a number of old buildings in the area have been recycled, the Renaissance Lofts stand out. The lofts here are getting praised for their design — "more like something found in Cambridge or Boston"* — and affordable pricing, with architects at the ready to customize units to a buyer or renter's preference. Current residents are adding walls, rolling and sliding doors, floor-to-ceiling shelves, bamboo flooring and other innovations. All units have exposed brick walls, wrought-iron stair rails, industrial windows, high ceilings and acid-treated cement floors. Units have been getting snatched up, but remaining ones range from 1,500 to 3,000 square feet. There are open kitchens with the latest Bosch appliances and a center island. Expect units to come standard with central air, intercom systems and hydro air gas heating. Some units have private rooftop decks.

 

If the Renaissance Lofts Marlborough are any indication, the future of modern living will be sleek, eco-friendly, come with a truckload of amenities and be far more affordable than we could imagine. Fortunately, we don't have to wait for the future. The Renaissance Lofts Marlborough are here today.

 

* http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/article/20110708/NEWS/307089963


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