Thursday, November 13, 2014

See New Renderings of Savoy Apartment Loft Units Slated for Downtown El Paso

Construction is expected to begin soon on the Savoy Loft Apartments project in Downtown El Paso, and now an architect involved with the development has posted renderings of what the loft units may look like once completed.
Rendering of the living/dining area of a unit at the coming Savoy Loft Apartments in Downtown El Paso. (www.insituarc.com)

The renderings show relatively narrow, modern spaces with historic touches such as exposed brick walls.

Contemporary lighting, wooden floors, and kitchen cabinets with clean lines add to the loft atmosphere. One image shows a true loft experience with a bed located just feet away from the kitchen sink.
This rendering shows a sleeping area directly across from the kitchen in this loft unit of the Savoy Loft Apartments, planned for Downtown El Paso. (www.insituarc.com)

The Savoy is named after the historic building which was built in 1915 and housed the Savoy Hotel, located at the corner of Overland Avenue and Stanton Street. The upper floors of the building will hold a total of 27 affordable units.
The latest rendering of what the Savoy Loft Apartments will look like in Downtown El Paso. (www.insituarc.com)

According to the website of the architectural firm, In*Situ Architecture, the developer Bearing Development is working with El Paso Housing Finance Corporation on the project.

The current condition of the Savoy building
in Downtown El Paso. (www.insituarc.com)
The first floor will still have retail uses, currently occupied by a Dollar Tree store.

The project is in the bidding phase and will soon begin construction, according to the website. No timeline has been disclosed.


Previously: Aging Downtown Structure to See New Life as 27-Unit Apartment Bldg

3 comments:

  1. With all the improvements that are happening downtown, people will flock to live there. I am really glad to see the changes that are happening.

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  2. If I didn't have cats I probably would consider living there but I'm waiting to see what the Campbell street apartments will look like, if I was ever to move to downtown.

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  3. I would love to know how soon I can put a payment down, and what's necessary to live there and how soon please. (:
    Super excited for the lofts, please let me know I'd do anything to live in these.

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