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Top-floor condo inside Oriental Warehouse asks $1.6 million

Unit inside landmark South Beach building comes with an artistic touch

Photos via Redfin, courtesy of Pacific Union

A mural in the living room highlights this two-story loft inside the gorgeous and sought-after Oriental Warehouse in South Beach. It’s also highlighted by the fact that it’s a corner unit featuring exposed brick, industrial and wood accents, exposed beams, and updated kitchen and bathrooms.

Speaking of which, this condo comes with two baths, one bed, and approximately 1,465 square feet.

Asking is $1,695,000.

Reconceived back in 1996 by Edmonds + Lee, the firm in charge of the facadism conversion of the 1867 landmark Oriental Warehouse, the brick building originally belonged to the San Francisco of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, the first firm to pioneer regular trade, passenger, and mail service between the U.S. and Asia.

Unit #311, another top-floor gem, hit the market in June 2016, asking a cool $1,795,000.