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Do You Know Difference Between a Hard Loft and a Soft Loft?

Like most budding writers, my childhood dream involved moving to New York City and living in an airy and oh-so fabulous loft apartment. Little did I know at the time, I'd been coveting a hard loft while looking at soft lofts and had no idea there was even a distinction. In fact, if we're really being honest, I didn't learn the difference between a hard loft and a soft loft until I started house hunting as an adult.
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