A 1960’s building has been given a complete [and modern] face-lift and is now The Edge on Main in the charming All Saints Neighborhood in Sioux Falls.
“I would say the building has a bit of a mid-century feel, and that translates a bit on the inside with newer, more-contemporary finishes.”
The three floors consist of 21 one-bedroom apartments, and on two-bedroom apartment.
According to Anne Haber, managing partner of The Edge on Main, the units are around 600 square feet and are the perfect blend of cozy and urban living. Everything from the plumbing to the flooring to the paint has been completely renovated. Coinciding with the outside, the inside lends itself as well to its mid-century feel.
A TASTE OF BOTH WORLDS
The apartments, which are “very pet friendly,” are perfect for someone straight out of college, or someone who is a young professional who wants the vibe of a neighborhood, but who also wants to be able to walk a block to downtown. All Saints has an association tenants can join, and they put together events as well as working together for “fostering a safe, happy, and beautiful neighborhood.”
SAFE AND SOUND
The Edge has cameras inside and outside of the building, including in the parking lot, which has plenty of room for not only tenants, but guests as well. The front entrance has a secure key fob entry, and the units each have a keypad lock.
“If you have pets or kids, you feel like you’re in a neighborhood, but you’re a block from the heart of downtown.”
Haber says they replaced the old boiler in the building with a “high-efficiency heat pump,” which is very popular in Europe and is electric. This means no gas bill. There are also tank-less water heaters, which is a huge upgrade for the older building.
The downstairs will have a community room, which will include a game room. They also plan to put grills and furniture on the building’s outdoor deck in the spring.
For more information, visit edgeonmain.com.