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A Closer Look At Adam Hats

by admin  |  November 20th, 2008

The Adam Hats building began its life in 1914 as a Ford Motor Company assembly plant for the Model T. In 1925, the factory moved to a new location, but the building remained a Ford showroom until 1955. After the show room closed, Adam Hats were manufactured here until 1986. In 1997, the building gained landmark status and began its conversion into 90 lofts.

True to it’s Deep Ellum roots, the modern renovation of the Adam Hats Building retains its rugged factory look. It’s rooftop water tower is the communities’ most prominent landmark. The spectacular atrium through the building features a one-of-a-kind statuesque art piece, which was actually a chute used to transport parts in the Ford assembly line!

The Adam Hats Lofts offers an incomparable experience in downtown living. Each unit is unique because each unit is different from the next. Although each unit retains its originality, every loft at Adam Hats offers wide-open spaces and breathtaking views of downtown Dallas. The Lofts sit at the top of the Deep Ellum, within walking distance to several clubs, bars, art galleries and restaurants. The modern Adam Hats Building is a shining example of Deep Ellum’s ability to evolve and thrive in an ever-changing environment.

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