About Mill District Real Estate

  What started out in the 1800s as the location of the milling capital of the world gave way to a residential neighborhood that started to take shape in the mid 1990s as the industrial landscape started to disappear.

  What developed was a dynamic collection of buildings, lofts and condos with a broad spectrum of price points and product types  From rehabbed condo conversions such as Riverwest condos, to upper bracket homes in the historic Washburn Lofts, the neighborhood has inventory for all types of buyers.

  In the past, the neighborhood was typically reserved for couples and singles, but with the advent of grocery stores within walking distance, tot lots and amenities in and around the area the amount of families in the neighborhood has taken off making this a vibrant place in the city!



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