This year’s Loft Tour will kick off with the neighborhood’s popular Art Stroll on Oct. 9 from 7 to 10 p.m., as well as a patron party where guests can meet some of the loft and business owners. After a brief hiatus, the Loft Tour is excited to welcome attendees to the Landmark District to explore hand-selected lofts and the neighborhood’s distinctive art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and businesses.
Castleberry Hill is home to a bustling array of restaurants, bars, lounges and retail spots, most of which will be open during the Loft Tour. As the city’s true loft district, many of the early 20th-century warehouse buildings have been converted to lofts and form continuous frontages along the street and railway lines, giving the area a distinctive urban look.
Each year, the Loft Tour helps the historic community raise money for aesthetic improvements, neighborhood beautification and other neighborhood initiatives. Tour-goers will get to view street sign toppers, the signature Castleberry Hill metalwork neighborhood sign, new trash cans, newly planted trees, neighborhood banners and more – all of which are a result of funds raised during past Loft Tours and other neighborhood fundraising efforts.
Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at castleberryhill.org/lofttour.