Style That's Good for the Sole
Original brickwork. Exposed timber ceilings. Immense wooden beams and columns. High ceilings. A harmonious blend of historic details and distinctive contemporary treatments. These and many other attributes make the Shoe Factory a landmark residence.
Comfort Style That's Good for the Sole
Once a bustling shoe factory during the industrial age, now a landmark residence offering retreat from the fast pace of the day. Spacious one bedroom and studio apartments with massive arched windows. Distinctive modern touches like fully-equipped kitchens. Limited access phone entry system. Wall-to-wall carpeting. Private washers and dryers. Built-in storage in every entrance foyer. A landscaped parking area leads to a glass-enclosed vestibule and entrance corridor with distinctive brick and large wooden beams. And it's only steps away from a private community room that's the perfect setting for socializing with friends and neighbors.
Floor Plans Reflecting Style and Comfort A choice of floor plans offers you a selection of apartments that best meet your needs. Corporate furnished rentals are available upon request.
Please call for lease terms. Short-term/flexible/corporate leasing is available. <BR><BR>Pets Accepted. Please call for pet policy.
The maintenance man is great. The tenants are generally quite polite and friendly. The layout of the apartment is convenient and makes good use of space. The high ceilings, exposed beams, and rustic appearance are very esthetically pleasing. Having a washer/dryer in the apt is wonderful! On the other hand - the rent is rather high, the pale-colored carpeting is a nightmare to maintain, and there was no security footage when my parked car was struck by a hit and run driver in the lot.
Nice, quite, safer location, staff is excellent, and helpful, from Missi, Bryan, to Mike. (property manager, maintenance, owner)
The apartments are very nicely designed however for the size I feel like they are a bit overpriced. Also, when I first moved in a few years ago I was reassured that the price was unlikely to increase(which ultimately it did). The garbage shoot was an added convenience which was removed.
the apartment is nice and unique in character. however, the cabinets in the kitchen and bathroom are in serious need of a facelift. as well as the windows/woodwork. bedroom closet doors are flimsy.
I enjoy living at the Shoe Factory but have had issues with neighbors while living there. Unfortunately, the walls do not offer much of a buffer with the noise level between apartments. The kitchens are very dated and need to be updated. If you're going to charge almost $1000 in rent per month, I would expect a kitchen that didn't look like it popped out of a bad 80's movie.