401 Campbell Lofts Apartments Fully Leased

When 401 Campbell Lofts opens the doors to move-in day on June 1, the project’s 15 loft-style apartments will be fully leased. Waldvogel Commercial Properties leases and manages the mixed-use property for the principals of 401 Campbell LLC.

The building, which is near city government and courts facilities, also features four commercial spaces, three of which still are available.

The residential units range in size and finishes, but include a mix of flooring original to the building (built in 1946), exposed trusses, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances. Each apartment is furnished with a washer and dryer and wall-mounted flat screen TV. Unique for downtown living, the property has a landscaped patio area and on-site parking. Rents range from $650 to $850 per month for the one-bedroom units; the two-bedroom rents for $930 per month.

“The success of this project demonstrates the continuing demand for downtown housing in our region,” said Michael Waldvogel, CCIM, SIOR, of Waldvogel Commercial Properties, adding that one-bedroom units have proven to be especially popular. Waldvogel has been involved in downtown development for more than three decades.

Waldvogel Commercial Properties leases and manages Lofts on Church, modern apartments at 17 Church Avenue, and manages the homeowner’s associations at Fulton Motor Lofts, Campbell Garage Lofts and The Candy Factory, all condominium properties within a block of 401 Campbell Lofts. The firm represented the developer of Campbell Garage Lofts and The Candy Factory in the initial sales of all 30 condominiums at those properties, and is marketing the condominiums (both residential and commercial) in the former Giles Brothers Furniture Company building at 108 Campbell Avenue.