On the cusp of the Financial District and Fort Point Channel, the Dockside Place Lofts are a gateway to the Seaport! With water and city views these lofts are ideal. Some of the best restaurants in Boston are right outside your door in this vibrant neighborhood convenient to everything in the city!
This quintessential loft conversion melds modern conveniences with beautiful brick and beam design! This building sits in an area originally created when the channel was filled in to make way for the rail and shipping lines. Operating as a printing press in its previous life, it now sits at the gateway to the Seaport and Fort Point neighborhoods.
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This modern loft building gives residents the best in contemporary living. Before entering the space, guests will notice the remarkable courtyard. With-in the building, residents are greeted by friendly and professional staff. The club room is available to all residents and features stylish furniture, high definition television, wireless internet and wet bar. This room can also be reserved for private functions! The fitness center is open 24 hours and features state of the equipment for all levels of exercise! This building has garage parking available
Every apartment features a unique floor plan. The kitchens include granite counters, stainless steel GE appliances and custom cabinets including under counter lighting. Each unit comes with a full size in-suite Bosh washer and dryer. Selected individual unit have Juliette balconies or private gardens!
This loft building is conveniently located. Major highways are very easily accessible; bringing you to Downtown within ten minutes. If driving is not feasible, the nearest T stop is a two minute walk! This if first rate Boston living at its best!
Over the last decade East Boston Lofts have proven to be an outstanding investment. Whether one wishes to hold them as rental property, or live in one of Boston's most vibrant and convenient neighborhood, you will be happy that you own in East Boston. With new restaurants, excellent marinas, the new commitment from the Institute of contemporary art, new mass transit options, and a world class airport, East Boston is quickly becoming the go to neighborhood in Boston.
This new East Boston Luxury Waterfront loft building is a wonderful addition to the ever evovling Jeffrie's Point neighborhood. Offering spectacular Waterfront living! The million dollar views can be yours at an affordable price. With floor to ceiling windows the natural light is incredible and the harbor and city views are dazzling. Sleek contemporary kitchens with great space, stainless steel appliances, modern tile back splash and quartz countertops are any home chef’s dream. The open, well designed layouts utilize every square inch of space. Hardwood floors, generous closet space and designer baths complete the package. Of course there is in-unit laundry, central air, Nest thermostat and high efficiency LED lighting.
The units at Porter 156 offer a great mix and a variety of styles of lofts spaces. If you like the industrial feel of a warehouse with brick, mushroom columns, rustic concrete, exposed pipes, etc. then there are some wonderful units that offer this. Superb attention was paid to restoring these warehouse features of this former bra factory. If you prefer new construction, but like the loftiness of a historical factory building.
The Paris Flats were converted in 2005 from a local Sausage Factory into 13 spectacular lofts. Open floor plans; Common roof deck with Boston city views; Some private roof decks; High ceilings; Large windows.Conveniently located Close to Logan International Airport and the MBTA Blue line. These lofts are in the center of all East Boston has to offer. Shopping, parks, dining, YMCA, new library and school, Yacht club and tennis courts.
These converted luxury lofts are in the coveted Gumball Factory in the Jeffries Point neighborhood of East Boston. Located directly on the Greenway which connects Bremen St Park to the waterfront. Located just a short 5 minute walk to Maverick Sq T station, this location is perfect for the downtown commuter. Just 1 stop to Aquarium, and only 2 stops to State on the Blue Line. Walk down the Greenway to the waterfront and walk out into Boston harbor in the spectacular Piers Park.
The Mount Carmel Condominiums are an exceptional conversion. Previously a schoolhouse, the developers have taken full advantage of the high ceilings and expansive windows. Originally built in 1905 for the American Italian community of East Boston this solid brick building incorporates contemporary living space within a building steeped in local history.
Built from the ground up in 2014, this 9 unit loft development has panoramic city and water views that will captivate you while the spacious open layout and exquisite finishes throughout will excite you. With floor to ceiling windows and double height closets. Sleek stainless steel kitchens with top of the line GE appliances, honed granite countertops and custom island. In-unit laundry, central air-conditioning, gas fireplace, garage parking and the most amazing private roof deck or patio space. Located in Boston's historical shipyard and just steps to Piers Park, the sailing center, Jeffries Point Yacht Club and terrific restaurants.
This loft conversion from St. John’s Church brilliantly encompasses the best architectural features of this historical 1920’s church while still creating homes that are contemporary and fresh. The dramatic 15-foot ceilings offer outstanding volume while the exposed brick walls, variegated maple wood floors, skylights and window seat provide tremendous character.
The South End is a diverse neighborhood with a nimble location. Located next to Back Bay and directly south of the Boston’s Downtown area, the South End offers residents the charm of old Brownstones with the space of modern abodes. As one of Boston’s most influential restaurant districts, the South End caters to all appetites. As there is such a limited number of sizable commercial opportunities for restaurants….only the truly great can survive the fierce competition that Restaurant Row offers. This mature neighborhood draws locals who want good food, good prices and great commutes! As its located in walking to distance to every major Boston Neighborhood, its quickly becoming the “go to” area for urbanites!
Here is a list of all lofts for sale in The South End neighborhood of Boston. This list is updated continually throughout the day. When a new South End Loft comes on the market, it shows up here very quickly.
This South End Luxury loft building features 62 units total, including Lofts, studios, one and two bedrooms as well as two Sky Lofts with exquisite palatial private terraces.
Custom build out of the historic Caproni Plaster Statue Arts Lofts. Built in 1904 and developed in 2003 by Kevin Lundgren. This artfully designed beautiful brick warehouse building is situated in a quiet neighborhood in lower Roxbury and moments from the south end with over 20 restaurants and entertainment venues steps away from its front door. Every condominium in this one of a kind building offers an overwhelming array of amenities and designs from gourmet kitchens, lofted living rooms and bedrooms, to gated private parking and private outdoor spaces. It is also conveniently located on the silver line as well but within a 20 min. walking distance to downtown. This building offers everything that both the budding family or busy executive would need, space, security and walkability.
New build out of a late Georgian Mission Building built in the early 1900’s within a moments walk to the south end and ears distance to the church where Dona Summers sang Gospel music. This beautifully built out turn of the century building accommodates up to fourteen residences that feature open living concepts, high ceilings and windows and all the modern conveniences that are offered today. Also a short Silver Line ride and a person could be in the financial district or the many stops along the way including bakeries, dry cleaning services, food stores and restaurants. There is private parking and small outdoor spaces available and in unit laundry in all the units.
A three building loft complex built in 2006 at the birth of the SOWA Neighborhood. There are three buildings, The Vose, The Emerson, and The Hallet. Many lofts here feature concrete floors and large windows. All of the lofts have luxurious kitchens and baths. Since construction, this neighborhood has blossomed into one of Boston's most interesting area's. Similar to New York's Chelsea area, there are open markets, and high end restaurants all around the authentic artist's lofts that have been here since the 1960's.
"Down at a warehouse next to Doc's Cafe" Sang John Hovorka in His band, The Turbine's biggest song "Wah Hey." The Dixon Brother's operated a piano restoration shop in this building and lived a giant loft, up top. They had the best parties in this former raincoat factory.That song is about those days. The South End has changed a lot since then. This loft renovation has wonderful characteristics of both old and new. The original floors from this 1890's warehouse have been meticulously restored. The exposed brick walls also add some great detail. Ceilings are high and have industrial exposed pipes for further loft feel.
The Seaport is Boston's fastest growing and most innovative neighborhood. Expanding out from South Boston's West side and Fort Point Channel's warehouse loft conversions, are sleek new highrises with sweeping views of Boston Harbor, restaurants, entertainment venues, hotels, The ICA, and a pedestrian promenade with green space! With the motto of "Work, Live, Play" the district has a vibrant, fresh energy.
This steel distribution plant in Fort Point Channel has been converted into The Congress Street Lofts! Industrial architecture meets modern, state of the art living in a vibrant downtown neighborhood. Where artists, bartenders, entrepreneurs, lawyers, CEO's, electricians and accountants merge and live inspired!
The chic, urban lofts at 319 A Street combine industrial, details with every modern convenience for the busy professional on the go! This gut renovation of a 100-year-old manufacturing warehouse blends in seamlessly with the stylish downtown vibe. There are restaurants, cocktail lounges and art galleries right outside your door. It’s a quick walk to work or to South Station and all that is happening in the Seaport!
On the edge of the Seaport District on Southie’s West Side are the West Second Street Lofts. In a traditionally industrial neighborhood in South Boston, this old factory was converted into lofts and the neighborhood is now teeming with restaurants, specialty shops and other fashionable residential buildings.
Confess your sins, or make new ones in this unique, dramatic loft conversion! This building originally was Saints Peter & Paul Church in South Boston. This gothic revival was designed by Gridley J. Fox Bryant and constructed in 1844. At one time this was the most popular church in South Boston. A second church was constructed nearby, just to handle the overflow crowds! The diocese sold the church to a local developer in 2000. The developer was able to retain the character and beauty of the church, while fitting it out to be 44 wonderful condos.
The sleek and sophisticated design of the FP3 Lofts set the standard in the Seaport for luxury! These modern lofts in an historic building on Congress Street are right in the middle of this vibrant, eclectic neighborhood with art galleries and dining galore. They are within walking distance to the Financial District and South Station and so much more!
Built from the ground up and partnered with the loft building at 9 West Broadway, this LEED gold certified loft condo building offers you location combined with luxury features! It boasts one of the largest private outdoor landscaped terraces with a lap pool and grilling areas. This location allows you easy access to Boston proper and sits at the head of the emerging Seaport and Fort Point neighborhoods.
The industrial style architecture at the Fort Point Place Lofts have a broad appeal to artists and working professionals. They are located in Fort Point Channel in the Seaport District. Not too long ago this neighborhood was once filled with warehouses and home to a Boston nightclub landmark, The Channel! Now there are fancy restaurants with celebrated chef’s on every block and soaring sky scrapers with doormen and concierges…come join the fun!
Looking across the Charles river from Boston, you will find the unique and culturally diverse city of Cambridge! The original home of big industries such as the New England Glass Co and the Kennedy Biscuit Factory which originated the Fig Newton, Cambridge is now more commonly known for two of the most prestigious universities in the country, Harvard and MIT. Living here, you will find lots exciting things to do – great restaurants, museums, shopping and outdoor recreational activities!
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!
Modern, pet friendly, luxury lofts in the heart of Central Square with open floor plans, stainless steel appliances, in unit laundry and polished concrete flooring. Some lofts come with outdoor space and there is rental garage parking available. One and two bedroom floors plans ranging from 770 sf to 1100 sf.
This location is fast becoming known as the most innovative square mile on the planet! Living in this community, you will be surrounded by high tech industry ranging from internet startups to bio tech, art and universities, culinary delights, and gorgeous natural waterways and parks all in close walking distance. Easy access to the Red Line T and Boston makes this a wonderful place to call home!
These spacious lofts were converted from a barrel factory in Kendall Square. Offering Fabulous dramatic living spaces with soaring steel-beamed ceilings, ornate trusses, exquisite light & views from an abundance of oversized windows. Located conveniently between Green and Red T’s. Shops, restaurants.walk to K endall Square and MIT.
This city originally was part of Charlestown back in the 1600’s and was referred to as “beyond the neck”. Somerville has now grown to become a diverse and lovely place full of tree lined streets, recreational delights such as biking, and canoeing, delicious food and unique bars and shops. Ease of commuting creates an overall package of loving living!
A group of artists bought this building from a grocery store chain back in 1988. It houses the largest nationally recognized artists community under one roof. Now you will find both artists and residents occupying this space! There is a working artists gallery, an enclosed common courtyard, and a common laundry facility. The building is located in the inner belt near East Cambridge and Union and Sullivan Squares in Somerville. This location is amazing!