Wilmington, Delaware – 23 Loft style apartments
23 Loft style apartments
Originally constructed as the Ford and Massey Furniture Factory, the abandoned building has been transformed into the first live-work space with artist preferences in Delaware. There are 23 units on 5 floors. All units are loft-style studio apartments with open floor plans. Residents can utilize the open floor plans to create a live-work environment. Residents each have individual storage spaces located in the basement of the building. Display space is provided on each floor with a public gallery on the first floor. The display areas are being utilized by the residents to define the building’s space as well as a place to showcase their work and host events. The 1916 building was renovated to maintain the historic integrity of the structure.
Developer: The Ingerman Group
About the Developer:
Founded by M. Brad Ingerman in 1988, Ingerman is a leading developer, builder, and manager of award-winning multifamily communities throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Since its inception, the company has been responsible for the development of more than 100 projects representing 8,400 units with total development costs exceeding $1.4 billion. Ingerman was founded on a guiding principal: to bring together a highly talented and motivated group of real estate professionals to create lasting, quality residential communities that are strategically financed and managed through persistent attention to detail. Today, that mission continues to drive our unwavering focus on delivering high-quality housing and superior services to all our stakeholders — investors, community partners, and residents.