The Lofts on Roberts Apartments
Kilbourne Group completed the renovation of The Lofts on Roberts, located at 309 Roberts Street in downtown Fargo, in August 2008. The building houses 21 loft-style apartments on its second through fourth floors. The building has secured entrances and offers easy access to Broadway through the 300 Broadway atrium.
In May of 2009, Kilbourne Group was recognized by the Fargo-Moorhead Heritage Society, an architectural preservation organization, with an Adaptive Reuse Award for its efforts in renovating and creating The Lofts on Roberts.
The Lofts on Roberts was built in 1917 as the Smith, Follett & Crowl office and warehouse. The March 20, 1917, edition of The Fargo Forum and Daily Republican newspaper reported that “the building will be a splendid addition to the city, the appearances of the front being plain, but attractive with large windows, with matt faced brick and stone trimming.”
Kilbourne Group worked diligently to preserve and maintain the integrity of many of the building’s historical features, including a pressed metal ceiling, large windows, corbelled brick, simplistic stone trim, an oak-encased office, exposed wood joists and beams, wood flooring and masonry exterior walls.
Loft Apartment Features
Original brick walls, 11-foot-high ceilings with exposed beams, original wood posts, open floor plans, expansive windows, Corian bathoom vanities, roomy closets and basement storage are among the many distinctive perks you'll find in The Lofts. In short, you'll enjoy a living experience that melds historic charm with urban amenities.
To learn more about calling The Lofts on Roberts “home,” please contact Mark Wagner of Coldwell Banker at 701-239-2652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kilbourne Group was founded in 2006 by Doug Burgum with the mission of providing thought leadership on the revitalization, smart growth and redevelopment of Fargo, North Dakota’s downtown core. The Kilbourne Group team shares the vision of retaining and carrying forward the history of Fargo through the restoration of historic buildings and the creation of new buildings that honor the past and inspire the future.