Year Built: 1923 Number of Floors: 3 Number of Units: 20
The China Glass Warehouse building is rare. It is one of the few early 20th century warehouses remaining in the entire Orlando area.
Built in 1923, it is said that the building was originally used as an auto dealership and then later as a china glass storage and distribution center—thus its modern day name.
The China Glass Warehouse remained vacant for some years and was apparently close to being demolished until it was purchased in 1998. The warehouse was divided into 20 units and sold as raw loft space. Today, the building stands as a reminder of downtown Orlando's history of commerce and early architecture.
The China Glass Warehouse claims to be the only true lofts in Orlando. Each loft is different and reflects its own personality and character. The other thing that makes this particular development interesting and unique, is that this building is zoned for both commercial and residential and lofts are live/work spaces aimed at Orlando professionals.
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