The Hangar Lofts
The Hangar Lofts
But long before these modern designer touches made an appearance, the building used to be airplane hangars that serviced Columbia’s downtown airport. Eventually, the business was abandoned and fell into disrepair until it was scooped up by a lover of architecture and design with a cool eye for style.
Each guest loft is different from the next, but expect to find details such as exposed brick walls, colorful steel beams, concrete floors and countertops, and modern Baltic birch custom cabinets. As you’d expect, the lofts are very open and feature high ceilings. The ceilings are accented with funky aluminum ductworks as an added surprise. In contrast to the industrial touches, the lighting is soft, perfect for a relaxing evening.
You’ll surely get a good night’s sleep on the locally-crafted platform bed with a plush mattress, luxurious sheets, and goose down comforters. Plus, you’ll start the day off right with fresh coffee and fruit, juices, and energy bars for a day of exploring the city. And exploring is easy at Hangar Lofts, as it’s located about 1.5 miles from the bustling downtown–far enough to enjoy the peace and quiet, yet close enough for plenty of adventures.
Be sure to check out the nearby Hunter-Gatherer Brewery and Alehouse, a huge pub complete with a taproom, brewhouse, a bottling and a kegging line, event space, and an observation deck that overlooks the airport runways. Back in the day, the airfield hosted the likes of famous Aviators such as Amelia Earhart and Jimmy Doolittle.
Hangar Loft 006:
1,200 sq. ft.
These Hangar Lofts feature a fully-equipped kitchen, comfy king bed, and upscale modern style. And while lofts do vary a bit, expect exposed red brick walls, exposed steel beams, concrete floors, and industrial-style oversized glass windows. Kitchens feature concrete countertops, Baltic birch custom cabinets, and stainless Bosch appliances. The 17-foot ceilings are accented with exposed aluminum spiral ductwork and tongue & groove boards. The lighting is intimate, creating a warm, home-like feeling.
Urban Flat 724:
500 sq. ft.
This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired flat proves bigger isn’t always better, as it’s smaller than the lofts listed above. Soft wood accents like walnut and ambrosia maple balance the concrete, steel, and industrial glass.
Industrial Loft 914:
2,000 sq. ft.
These Industrial Lofts are genuine warehouse spaces, with more room than many standard homes. As with the Hangar Lofts above, these Industrial Lofts feature exposed red brick walls, exposed steel beams, concrete floors, and industrial-style oversized glass windows. Kitchens feature concrete countertops, Baltic birch custom cabinets, and stainless Bosch appliances. However, these lofts boast two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as 20-foot ceilings. They each feature a convenient 2-car garage with remote door lifts, perfect for keeping your car cooler in the Columbia heat.
- Exposed spiral aluminum ducts hung as a backdrop
- Fully Equipped Kitchen in each loft
- High end décor loft design
- Flat Screen TV
- Tuft & Needle Mattresses on custom walnut platform beds
- Designer Bathrooms
- Washer & Dryer in each loft
- Private Patio
- Custom Closets
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