The up & comers,
the revivalists,
the small town urbanites

Welcome Home

The Rathbun is the newest old kid on the block with over a century’s worth of living in its bones. From clothing wholesaler, to auto parts retailer, to medical supply manufacturer…it seems only fitting that the building reinvent itself now as luxury lofts. The dynamic Baggs Square neighborhood has welcomed us with open arms and we’re proud to be part of Utica’s resurgence. Living here might qualify as a revolutionary act. Want to join the revival? Keep reading.

Rathbun Lofts Exterior

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Raise your expectations

The Rathbun Lofts are full of old industrial charm with exposed brick walls and wood beams, finished oak and maple floors, and plenty of windows. It’s the best of both worlds when historical character meets modern convenience and that’s why we have:

  • A washer and dryer in each unit
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Spacious living areas
  • Climate control
  • Free on-site parking
  • An exercise room
  • A community room

See Inside

Take a look around one of our lofts. Click and drag within any of the images to see throughout the space.


Make it your own

The perk of city living is having cool places within walking distance of where you live and work. The ground floor of the Rathbun building is dedicated commercial space. Artisan bakers, old world shopkeepers, entrepreneurs…all are welcome here. Flexible layouts are available to accommodate tenant needs and we offer:

  • Finished oak and maple floors
  • Climate control
  • A shared conference room
  • Free on-site parking

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Rathbun Portrait

Rathbun History

An uncommon thread

Admittedly there isn’t much that ties together the various tenants of the Rathbun over the years beyond the building that housed them, but we think there’s a lot to be said for a building that can stand the test of time. From clothing wholesaler, to auto parts retailer, to medical supply manufacturer, to residential lofts…it’s a tale of reinvention and it has plenty of living left to do.

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Contact Us

If you’re interested in living or working in the Rathbun building, send us a note or give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss options and answer your questions.

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