Alexander Lofts features studios, one- and two-bedroom floor plans with a Historically Modern twist. Alexander Lofts occupy a six-story brick building constructed in 1926 which formally was the Southern Bell Telephone regional headquarters. Apartment living at Alexander Lofts will put you in the heart of the district, a short walk to Palm Beach Atlantic University, the Norton Museum, the courthouse, City Hall, the new public library, the developing arts district, and CityPlace. Residents can enjoy an exceptionally stylish meeting lounge and coffee bar with oversized terrace featuring outside seating and relaxing.
Alexander Lofts is an art piece of it’s own. The world renowned LA based artist and toy designer, Tristan Eaton was commissioned to paint the 7,000 sq ft eastern facing side of the former Southern Bell headquarters. The name “Alexander Lofts” comes from the inventor Alexander Graham Bell and the mural – said to be Tristan Eaton’s largest endeavor, depicts his interpretation of the innovator. It was expressed that Tristan’s work represents the diversity among our city’s residents and the forward-thinking, contemporary cultural identity of our city. Easton’s creativity mixed with surrealism captures the attention of well educated hipsters who love the pulse and life of downtown living but are looking for a gritty yet appealing option.
Perhaps old Florida style doesn’t appeal to everyone and this niche building drives plenty attention to those looking for a modern living experience. It’s incredible location makes it accessible to everything downtown West Palm Beach including CityPlace, Clematis Street, the Flagler waterfront, and a stones throw from the beautiful Atlantic Coast beaches. Located at 326 Fern Street across from local hotspots like Johan’s Joe to the west and Makeb’s to the East. Today you can enjoy the mural and live in the midst of history and artistry at Alexander Lofts.