Holsum Design Center

Mid-century buildings

Built in 1954 for the famed Holsum Bakery, this historic property is actually comprised of 3 separate yet connected buildings and was completely renovated in 2004 when it re-opened as the Holsum Lofts, a live/work space for artists and designers. Its original clock & iconic signage were also restored.

Today the property is home to design group Henrikson Butler, a certified dealer for legendary mid-century office and furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, as well as home to the popular Lola’s Louisiana Kitchen, which was featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins, Dives.

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