Lofts on Rowe in Ludington Set to Open
After being held back due to the pandemic, the Lofts on Rowe in Ludington is finally ready for occupancy.
The new apartment complex was originally built in 1892 as a factory for wood-based product manufacturing. Amidst the 1920s, a new and significant invention called Haskelite was made here by Henry Haskell, a Ludington local. Now this historic brick building boasts 12-foot ceilings, wooden beams placed out throughout the building, and sits walking distance to downtown Ludington and the beautiful beaches of Lake Michigan.
“It’s quality housing,” said Eric Kehoe, development manager for Michigan Community Capital. “You know, it’s a place that I would want to live, the historic value to the community and the huge ceilings, the exposed brickwork, it’s just it’s an awesome place.
“There are 67 apartments, the mix of studios, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, three bedrooms, and we’re ready to go. We got a bunch of applications already, so as soon as we start processing those, we’re going to have people moving in.”
Applicants will be able to move in mid-October.