The Floorplan in Museo Condos on floors 2-3 are all single story, and the first floor and the Penthouse Level has stairs to a loft. The Condo Mix for the building is (9) One bedroom + one and a half bath. (43) Two bedroom + two bath- so most of the condos are 2 bedrooms. SQFT ranges from 1,000 to 1,500 sqft for the 2 bedrooms and 800 to 1000 sqft for the 1 bedrooms.
The Modern finishes are great! I really like the hardwood flooring, the large living rooms, and open concept kitchens. The Kitchens have Blum cabinets, white quartz counters, and whirlpool gold appliances. The Overhead cabinets lift up which is pretty cool. I will say the kitchens are on the smaller side, but that gives a larger living room. The floor plans have huge living rooms.
Sorry closet lovers, no bedroom walk-in closets. All of the bedroom closets are reach in, however, the condos have good closet space, so they do not lack closets, you just won’t get a master walk-in closet.
The living room original sconces are terrible in my opinion. I think owners should change them. They work perfectly fine, but I think you could do much better, and it doesn’t need to be a large expense.
The front doors have 4 daylights in them with clear glass, which creates an interesting effect. If you want more privacy you can put an opaque film on them.
Many of the condos have a Balcony.
I’m going to say the Bathrooms are pretty nice. The finishes are very sleek, and the master has a huge bathtub. Double vanities, and a frameless shower.
The original sell-out prices for the Museo were abysmal because this building was completed in a very difficult real estate market in 2010. The original sell-out prices were in the high four hundred thousand to low 500,000s.