Residents living at The Brentwood Lofts in Springfield play a vital role in continuing the building’s century-old tradition of welcoming folks from all walks of life to the downtown area as they make their way along life’s journey.
From weary 20th Century travelers just hitting town after trekking along the highways and byways — to stressed-out 21st Century professionals just getting home from a hectic day at work — The Brentwood’s graceful brick facade invites you to slow down and rest for a while in one of her comfortably elegant loft apartments that still exude that unmistakable classic hotel charm, effortlessly blended with a contemporary vibe that lets you know she’s here to stay.
The Brentwood has enriched the cultural and economic life of Springfield ever since the moment her foundation for over 100 years, earning her recognition as a contributing resource within the South Avenue Commercial Historic District, which achieved a listing in the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. The Brentwood remains a steadfast presence on bustling Walnut Street just south of the Square, even as she and the city she calls home adapt to the whims of a changing world and evolve to continue leaving their own indelible stamp on that same world.
After another long day or exciting night, residents coming home through main entrance are greeted by her historic lobby, before traveling up the original stairway and elevator shaft, making their way down the original corridors, and settling down in their comfortable, stylish loft apartments on the upper floors — and continuing The Brentwood’s legacy of welcoming generations of fellow travelers on this adventurous journey called life.
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