Amidst the center of activity in downtown Ann Arbor’s Main Street, this historic building offers its own charm and personality. This is Ann Arbor’s first documented building to use steel as a structural element, c. 1896. The name Carnegie is embossed on many of the steel beams. The unique lofts contain original, refinished hardwood floors, exposed ductwork, warm-colored, original exposed brick, and sometimes hand-painted signage extending from one room into the next.
Some lofts feature large operable windows overlooking Main Street. Others boast attached balconies offering an outdoor experience. Steel beams and columns, skylights, and even industrial doors add to the ambiance.
Please note: While we love animals, a no-animal/pets policy helps us to respect residents and maintain our properties.
The Shaffran Companies cooperates with Equal Housing Opportunity.