|This rendering shows what the Artspace El Paso Lofts will look like once completed, scheduled to open in November in Downtown El Paso. (Artspace/HHL Architects)|
According to the official website, Artspace will begin taking resident applications on September 1, 2016 from those interested in living in one of the lofts. Officials hope to have the apartments ready for occupancy by mid- to late-November.
The four-story structure will include 51 loft units, 5,000 square feet of multi-purpose nonprofit commercial space, and a large space available for meetings or exhibitions. The property will also include 31 parking spaces.
|The Artspace El Paso Lofts, under construction in May at the corner of Oregon Street and Missouri Avenue in Downtown El Paso. (facebook.com/ArtspaceElPasoLofts)|
Artspace is a non-profit organization that helps develop affordable housing for artists and their families. Like other developments around the country, the El Paso lofts will be comprised of live/work studio units for artists.
|This view from Missouri Avenue in Downtown El Paso shows what the Artspace Lofts will look like once finished, expected by late 2016. (Artspace/HHL Architects)|
The Artspace El Paso Lofts are located at the corner of Oregon Street and Missouri Avenue at the site of the former El Paso Saddleblanket store which sat vacant for years. A Doubletree Hotel occupies the western half of the block.
For more information, visit www.artspace.org/our-places/artspace-el-paso-lofts.