Big Brothers Big Sisters of Siouxland hosts the Tour of Homes in Downtown Sioux City. Tours will start and end at The Warrior hotel and featured holiday-decorated apartments are at Bluebird Flats, Copper Flats, Stifel Nicolaus, and The Warrior Apartments.

The Davidson Building, completed in 1913, and The Warrior Hotel, completed in 1930, are back and better than ever. These historic Sioux City landmarks feature 22 luxurious and refined-living apartments above Class A commercial space, in additional to a luxury boutique hotel.

It’s like living in a hotel but you get to pick the furniture!

Enjoy all of the high-end finishes and amenities of a luxurious boutique hotel while enjoying the views from the 5th and 6th floor of the Davidson Building. From the high tech fitness center to the pool & spa, and bowling alley, there is always something to keep you entertained with these apartments.

Live, Love, Copper Flats. Charming Apartments with Character.

Located in Sioux City’s Up-And-Coming Historic Downtown.

This historical building, preserved by Connelly Development, houses both commercial and residential space. With commercial space on the main floor, 1 and 2-bedroom loft style condos make up the remainder of the building.

Located in the Stifel Nicolaus building at 700 4th Street, there are 18 upscale condominium lofts. Purchased lofts are on the 5th and 6th floors and rental lofts on the 4th. The lofts offer a great view of downtown and the Missouri River.

609 Pearl St #615, Sioux City, IA 51101

609 and 615 Pearl Street are historic buildings in downtown Sioux City, IA. Both buildings offer renovated modern retail space and contemporary apartments.

LOCATION

Bluebird Flats is located at 520 Nebraska Street in the historic Motor Mart Building. Right in the heart of Sioux City’s booming Downtown district, with art, entertainment, restaurants, and retail, all steps away. Parks, public transportation stations, and the skywalks are also nearby. In the warmer months, enjoy walking to the Farmers Market, picnicking at Pearl Street Park, or checking out the summer community events in the area such as the Alley Art Festival. During the holiday season, the beautiful lights and festive decorations warm up the streets. Colder months are an excellent time of the year to take a trolly ride, explore the Sioux City Arts Center, or see a show at the Orpheum Theater.

BLUEBIRD NAME

To celebrate Louis Armstrong’s performance in the famous Motor Mart ballroom and to represent a notable time in history, the name Bluebird was chosen based on Bluebird Records, which released one of the first Louis Armstrong albums. As a symbolic reference, bluebirds represent joy and happiness and indicate something good is about to come into your life. We hope you find this joy and happiness at Bluebird Flats!

THE HISTORY

The Bluebird Flats have a rich history in Sioux City. Built-in 1911 as the Motor Mart constructed for Bennett Auto Mart; it later became home to the Sioux City Chamber Club as the Commerce Building. In 1923 the original Roof garden was built and then transformed into an enclosed ballroom in which many famous musicians performed. Louis Armstrong being one of the most notable. The building has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1993.

103 S Virginia St, Sioux City, IA 51101

Strategically located in downtown Sioux City’s old Warehouse District, Virginia Square is a group of renovated historic buildings offering high end contemporary condominiums, apartments and mixed use space perfect for office or retail. With easy access from I-29 and within walking distance to Historic 4th Street’s entertainment district, Virginia Square has plenty of parking and other amenities for tenants, homeowners and business owners.

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