A Virtual Tour of The Lofts at 7714’s Anchor Space

There are only two spaces left in the retrofitted mill property known as The Lofts at 7714, one of which is the beautiful and architecturally interesting anchor space.  This large, open space with its original high and exposed ceilings is ideal for a professional office, retail store or fine art gallery.  It has several private offices or store rooms, it’s own kitchen/break room and central HVAC.  At 3,600 square feet, the anchor space features some of the building’s most unique architectural features.  Come enjoy a tour!!

The anchor space’s entrance is the mill’s original front portico with exquisite molding detail which makes a definite statement to visitors and creates a great first impression.

Once inside, visitors are greeted by a beautiful, light-filled foyer that features an artist-created tile floor, a perfect way to welcome visitors.

The large open gallery in the center of the anchor space features the mill’s original vertical and horizontal beams giving it character and depth.

In the front of the space, a built-in reception or cashier area provides versatility and functionality for any business.  Directly across from the reception area is a private, light filled office that features a picture window to the interior of the space.

Behind the reception area, is a light filled conference room or private office with beautiful glass doors.

The kitchen/break room features a stove/oven, refrigerator, sink, cabinets and a built-in shelving unit.

This space won’t be on the market for long, so don’t wait.  Call today for more information or to take a physical tour of the anchor space in The Lofts at 7714.  Margy Pettit at 704-491-1472 or Mary Crotty at 704-968-8286.

Posted on May 15, 2012, in In the News and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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