The Courthouse Lofts are bringing Lubbock history to life!
This beautifully preserved historical renovation features all of the comforts of modern living while maintaining the past in a way that transports you back in time to Lubbock’s roots.
Built in 1932 by William McDonald Construction Company and designed by Architect James A. Wetmore, the original idea and design of The Lubbock Post Office and Federal Building was spearheaded by a group of remarkable individuals including A.B. Davis, Lubbock’s longtime civic leader, C.E. Maedgen, President of Lubbock National Bank, and John L Vaughn, Postmaster. These men traveled to Washington DC to petition changes to the original building design plans to stone and buff brick to complement the Classic Revival Style of Downtown Lubbock and showcase the beautiful appearance the building still holds to this day.
After sitting vacant for nearly 20 years, this Historical Landmark was purchased by its current owners and a massive rebirth came to life. The building now boasts 23 unique apartments fully equipped with all of the modern luxuries that are sure to please even the most discerning tenant. Refinished original hardwood floors, fully equipped with stainless steel kitchen appliances, combination washer/dryer, and granite countertops. These amenities can only be topped by the beautiful intricate details preserved throughout the building. Stop and admire the original marble staircase, original doors, windows and gorgeous ceiling tile work as you explore the building and you will feel as if you stepped out of your apartment and into a museum.