Bridgewater Lofts Contact Info
Address: 215 10th Ave South Minneapolis, MN 55415
Front Desk Phone: 952-277-2700
Management Company Phone (FirstService Residential): 952-277-2700
Just south of the Mississippi Riverfront and Guthrie Theater, you will find the ultra-luxe, ten story Bridgewater Lofts. In the heart of the Mill District of Downtown Minneapolis, the Bridgewater Lofts have access to wonderful views of the Gold Medal Park, river, and Stone Arch bridge!
Bridgewater Lofts is a dream for its short commute to downtown offices and access to endless restaurants, shopping, bars, and entertainment!
If spacious, contemporary loft living with expansive 10-foot ceilings, stellar views, and top-shelf amenities sounds exhilarating then continue reading to learn more about life at Bridgewater Lofts.
Bridgewater Loft residents have access to the amazing amenities below:
- Community room
- Onsite caretakers
- Package delivery
- Security System
- Fitness center
- Rooftop patio
- Private wine storage lockers
- Trash, water, sewage
Unit Styles Available
Bridgewater Lofts is home to one, two, three bedroom units. Some of the one and two bedroom configurations include a den. All units have enormous 10-foot ceilings. The size of units varies from around 1,000 square feet all the way to 4,000 square feet.
1. Common, domesticated house pets such as dogs, cats, fish or birds (“permitted
pets”) may be kept by an Owner or Occupant in his/her Unit, subject to the Declaration and these Rules and Regulations. No other animals may be kept anywhere on the Property, including the Commercial Units. Birds, fish and other household pets (other than dogs and cats) shall be kept in appropriate cages or tanks within the Owner’s Unit.
2. A maximum of two dogs or two cats, or one of each, may be kept in any Unit.
3. A pet must be housed and maintained exclusively within the Owner’s Unit, except when under the direct control of the Owner or other handler. Outdoor pet enclosures of any type are prohibited. No pet may be left unattended outdoors.
4. Owners are responsible to pay for any damage to the Property caused by their pets, and are obligated to hold harmless and indemnify the Association, and its officers and directors, against any loss, claims or liability arising out of any act of the pet.
5. Permitted pets are not allowed to relieve themselves on the Property, except in designated areas or within the Owner’s Unit in the case of cats or animals customarily kept in
enclosures. Solid waste left on the Property must be promptly disposed of by the pet’s owner or other handler.
6. Permitted pets may be walked on the Property only in accordance with local leash laws.
7. Any repeated or prolonged disturbance by a pet, such as noise, odor, waste or threatening or nuisance activity, will be cause for imposition of a fine on the pet’s owner and/or the removal of the offending pet from the Property by the Board. The Board’s decision concerning the removal of a pet may, upon written petition of the pet’s owner, be appealed to a vote of the other Owners at a meeting of the Association; provided, that the pet’s owner must pay the cost of calling
and holding the meeting.
8. The pet owner is responsible for any personal injury or property damage caused by the pet and shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend the Association, and its officers and directors, and other Owners and Occupants, from and against all loss, damages and liability of any kind arising out of any act of the pet.
9. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no rules shall be imposed which restrict the keeping of a qualified “service animal” for a disabled or handicapped person in violation of any applicable state or federal statutes, regulations or rules; provided, that the service animal shall be subject to the same behavioral rules as other pets.
Residential Units may be leased, subject to reasonable regulation by the Association, but only in accordance with the following conditions: (i) no Residential Unit may be subleased, (ii) unless simultaneously occupied by the Owner, a Residential Unit must be leased in its entirety (not be room), (iii) all leases shall be in writing, (iv) unless authorized in writing by the Board, no residential lease shall be for a period of less than three months or more than twelve months, and (v) all leases shall provide that they are subject to the Governing Documents, the Rules and regulations and the Act, and that any failure of the lessee to comply with the terms of such documents shall be a default under the lease. The Association may impose such reasonable Rules and Regulations as may be necessary to implement procedures for the leasing of Residential Units, consistent with this Section and applicable law, including but not limited to a requirement for the screening of lessees through a reputable, professional screening organization; provided that such screening shall not violate federal, state or local discrimination laws.