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A Building Born To Be Lofts.

It's hard to imagine, but the Mckenzie is not a building with a long history. From the outside, distinctive art deco design elements hint at a bygone era. The brick exterior appears weathered, as if it had been standing for a century. All this is by design. The Mckenzie was never intended to stick out as a shiny "new development" or "cookie cutter urban renewal," but rather to blend into and enhance the architectural diversity of the neighborhood.

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With 1920s charm and distinctive exterior design, the Mckenzie is all the best of modern construction and technological sophistication inside. The building features include:

image Concrete, brick & steel exterior construction.
image Two elevators from parking level to penthouse.
image 13,500 square feet of ground floor retail space.
image New construction meets all current earthquake/seismic codes. Building includes
   most current fire and life safety systems.
image Energy efficient architectural metal windows.
image 68 loft condominiums available, including 8 penthouses.
image 1 and 2-bedroom lofts available from 682 to 1,725 square feet.
image Private outdoor decks.
image Electronically accessed, covered parking in basement garage.
image Individual storage lockers.
image Digital electronic security system.
image Classic industrial oak hardwood floors.
image Public transit at front door-and you're located inside Fareless Square.
image Views of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams-as well as West Hills.
image Cityscape views from US Bank Tower to First Interstate Tower-as well as
   Fremont Bridge and Union Station.
image Penthouses available with private patios.


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