K-Lofts apartments was the first rehabilitation project on Main Street, which led to the development of all of the other buildings around 315 Main Street in Little Rock. The original job of restoring the building began in 2013, before it went dormant.
Matt Foster of MWF Construction LLC teamed up with Oregon developer Scott Reed to revive the project on March 18 2017, which is now scheduled to be available for lease mid-May.
K Lofts has taken on somewhat of a refined, 50’s International style that is attractive, functional, comfortable and efficient. With “hopper” windows overlooking the energetic sprawl of downtown Little Rock, and 15 ft. ceilings, there is no shortage of a pleasant feel. The structural shear walls give it a clean, industrial look and provide a safe and durable living space.
The beautiful flooring is reclaimed oak tractor trailer decking that Foster nailed down by using Google Earth to find a company that salvages tractor trailers. The black and gold numbers above each one of the doors was hand painted by Reed.
A haven of this type of quality, design, convenience and aesthetic will have go-getters with a desire to live amongst the vibrancy and innovation of downtown Little Rock chomping at the bit. Although the flourishing culinary and entertainment scenes surrounding 315 Main St. are beckoning, K Lofts dwellers may find themselves never wanting to leave.