616 Lofts is an urban residential property management company founded on one simple idea: people make your life. With four flourishing apartment communities in downtown Grand Rapids, and more underway by sister company 616 Development, 616 Lofts offers a unique urban living experience for people who love – or want to fall in love with – West Michigan’s jewel city, Grand Rapids.
Life at 616 Lofts means never having a shortage of things to do and people to meet. Community Manager Caitlin Harvey and the 616 Tribe’s team of Resident Liaisons help residents get connected to events, people and organizations which match their interests. Resident events are perfect opportunities for residents to meet their neighbors and fellow 616 Lofters. Resident Liaisons are always ready to lend a hand, whether it means offering a cup of sugar to a neighbor or providing a recommendation for networking opportunities.
Weekly urban livng blogs, business reviews and active social media offer 616 residents and community members at large endless opportunities to engage in events, local trends and topics. The 616 Pass provides exclusive discounts, encouraging residents to visit nearby restaurants and shops.
616 Lofts apartment communities are typically in upcycled historic buildings, such as the historic Gunn and Hawkins Buildings at 1 Ionia and the iconic Kendall Building at 16 Monroe Center. This means that in addition to modern amenities such as stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, residents often enjoy a fusion of historic features, such as exposed brick, hardwood floors, crown moulding and lofted ceilings.
Most important of all, 616 Lofts’ concierge-style property management model strives to provide residents with fantastic customer service. Responsive maintenance, custom accent walls and an open door feedback policy are just a few of the service perks which welcome residents at 616 Lofts.
The 616 Tribe is passionate about building community in urban Grand Rapids, and 616 Lofts invites everyone to join in.
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