Formally a bakery, this now converted loft building was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It was constructed in 1875 and was originally known as the Kennedy Steam Bakery which made the popular Fig Newtons and Lorna Doone cookies. Because it was a factory first, the loft developers were able to incorporate all the wonderful design features you’ll currently find such as oversized windows, exposed brick and beam, cement columns, and extreme ceiling height. There are a large array of floor plans to choose from ranging from spacious studios to three bedrooms - you'll be able to pick the one that fits you best! Easy access to the Central Square Red Line, grocery shopping, and MIT!