535 10 Avenue Southwest
Hudson Lofts in Calgary
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Hudson Lofts has a claim that no other Calgary Lofts can match. Hudson Lofts was the first industrial conversion in the city kicking off a movement to refurbish gorgeous historical buildings across the city. Hudson Lofts gets its name from the Hudson Bay Company which used to utilize the building as a warehouse at the start of the 20th century. The building today has kept its historic charm and beauty with large concrete pillars disrupting the buildings red brick façade. Large windows are evenly scattered around the building and detailed crowning which lines the top of the building. The interior of Hudson lofts has also managed to keep the industrial charm the exterior has. The 31 units in the five-storey building all feature typical loft features such as exposed brick and concrete, wooden beams and hardwood or tiled floors. The vaulted ceilings and large windows combine to bring a sense of scale to each unit. The open concept layouts only emphasize this, creating floorplans ideal for hosting. Some of the lucky units also feature luxuries such as walk in closets and in floor heating. Hudson Lofts is located just a stones throw away from downtown in Connaught. The downtown and Connaught area are dotted with great restaurants and shops that draw residents from all across Calgary. Calgary's Design District is right around the corner and is home to even more great unique shops and restaurants. The central location of Hudson Lofts also means that transportation is a breeze. There are tons of bus stops near by that can connect passengers to the rest of the city. Walking is also very viable thanks to all necessary essentials being close by. For those who rely on cars, 11 Ave and 12 Ave are great for getting across the city and both Crowchild Trail and Macleod Trail are not far away.