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This week: Former industrial spaces

1. Chicago Built in the 1920s, this 8,600-square-foot warehouse has been converted into a five-bedroom single-family home. Features include exposed heavy timber and brick, as well as a two-story glass wall that opens to the side yard. $3,275,000. Karen Ranquist, RCR Realty, (312) 948-9700

Steal of the week2. Philadelphia This one-bedroom, loft-style condominium is located in the Hoopskirt Factory Lofts, a fully renovated building constructed in 1875 to manufacture petticoats. The unit features hardwood floors, brick walls, and a view of the Ben Franklin Bridge. $269,000. Alison Pearlstein, CitySpace, (215) 625-3650

3. San Francisco Located off Market Street, the Hales Warehouse formerly contained the offices of the city’s first clothing retailers. This 2,018-square-foot, two-bedroom condominium has industrial-size windows and 12-foot ceilings. $1,350,00. Ed Campana, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (415) 447-8704

4. Brooklyn, N.Y. Part of a former warehouse built in 1911, this two-bedroom apartment features bamboo floors, exposed beams, and views of the Brooklyn Bridge. $1,325,000. Maggie Leigh, the De Niro Group/Prudential Douglas Elliman, (212) 352-5212

5. Memphis A roof garden tops this historic cotton warehouse, which was renovated in 2005 into a five-bedroom, 20,000-square-foot residence with views of the Mississippi River. The home includes a commercial-style pub, a catering kitchen, and an art gallery that retains original brick flooring from the 1800s. $5,000,000. Dianne Milner, Keller Williams Realty, (901) 861-0800

6. Charleston, S.C. Built in the 1840s, Charleston’s Old Masonry Warehouse is now a single-family home. Located in the French Quarter, the restored five-bedroom property is entered through a carriage house that leads to a central courtyard, where double bronze doors open to a marble entryway. $2,499,000. Debbie Fisher, Handsome Properties, (843) 727-6460

7. San Francisco This two-bedroom loft is located in the Oriental Warehouse, built by the Pacific Mail Steamship Company in 1867 and converted in 1996. The corner apartment features arched windows, a carved wooden staircase, marble and slate baths, and a private patio. $1,198,000. Eric Turner, McGuire Real Estate, (415) 901-2795

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