Purchased for $965,000 in late 2008 with run of the mill floors and finishes and a sub-optimal make use of its 1,410-square-foot space, the Oriental Warehouse?loft #309 at 650 Delancey Street may be completely remodeled, with reclaimed Settlers’ Plank hard wood floors, new finishes, plus a “reimagined” top floor that has a den and newly enclosed bedroom.? Several of the before and after shots we compiled for your space:

And having a deeded parking space in the garage, the Oriental Warehouse condo #309 is now back in the marketplace and listed for $1,499,000.

The original Oriental Warehouse building was built via the Pacific Mail Steamship Company in 1867 for your importation of coffee, tea, rice and silk. ?Even though the historic facade remains, a very new structure created by Fisher Friedman was constructed from the brick envelope, inset by 15 feet, alter the then derelict South Beach warehouse into 66 residential lofts in 1996.

Related: 650 Delancey Street 650 Delancey Street #309 Before Conversions Fisher Friedman Oriental Warehouse Settlers’ Plank South Beach

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