Schoolhouse Lofts, Worcester
Schoolhouse Lofts is a mid-rise condominium in eastern Worcester, Massachusetts. The complex is located just south of Route 9 on Adams Street, which runs parallel to Imperial Road. These units are located inside of a restored 19th century brick building that was a former school. The lofts in this building are mainly 1-2 bedroom, 1 bathroom units with a living area of over 600 square feet. These residences have stainless steel Energy Star appliances, central air conditioning (both cooling and heating), extra basement storage, an in-room washer and dryer, and assigned, off-street parking spaces in the area’s exclusive parking lot. The building is also pet-friendly, though certain breeds may be restricted.
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Schoolhouse Lofts half a block north of Shrewsbury Street, where you can find many of Worcester’s most popular local restaurants. Salgabom Snacks, Padavano’s Place, and Vintage Grille & Gourmet Pizza are just a brief walk from this complex. You can walk in either direction along Shrewsbury Street to find more eateries and boutiques. Residents can take Route 9 to the east to White City Shopping Center.
On the northern side of Route 9, residents of Schoolhouse Lofts will find Green Hill Park. The 480 acre park is known for its sports fields, jogging paths, picnic areas, two ponds, and Green Hill Golf Course, which is open to public play. Crow Hill Conservation, another great place to get outdoors and go for a hike, is less than two miles south of this complex. Lake Quinsigamond and Flint Pond are to the east, both of which are great for fishing, kayaking, canoe, or simply walking along the coast. Schoolhouse Lofts is conveniently located near many state highways, which makes commuting to work or traveling throughout Massachusetts easy. Locals can quickly hop on Route 9, 70, and 122 as well as Interstate 190, 290, and the Mass Pike.