Do people in buildings Downtown spy on the Gargoyle-capped midrise on West Gray St. — or vice versa? This furnished, second-floor, 2-story condo in Randall Davis’ 1997-built Metropolis Lofts building is available for lease, asking $5,500 per month.
The interior, a purpose-built space dressed up to look like a converted warehouse-style loft, features exposed ductwork, a tubular-steel staircase, and flooring that’s either hardwood or concrete. In the living room, pictured at the top of the listing and in the background of the photo below, the ceiling rises 19 ft. or so, as does the massive window. Rooms stacked in 2 stories toward the core of the unit, meanwhile, top out at half that height:
In a windowless study area located behind reeded glass dividers off the foyer, built-in storage near the television nook has a handy now you see it . . .
now you don’t duplicity:
Both of the 2,345-sq.-ft unit’s bedroom spaces are on the second level:
The slate shower has room for 2 and a frosted view:
A wide balcony is on the east side of the 32-unit mid-rise condo building, located between River Oaks Shopping Center and River Oaks Plaza.
The U.S. Post Office facility next door has had an off-and-on flirtation with the market.