Cambridge Lofts

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!

Cookie Factory Lofts
Neighborhood Central Square | Number of Units 142 | Year Built 1875

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!

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Central Square Lofts
Neighborhood Central Square | Number of Units 50

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. 

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Kendall Square Lofts
Neighborhood Kendall Square | Number of Units 186 | Year Built 1979

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!

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Barrel factory lofts
Neighborhood Kendall square | Number of Units 38 | Year Built 1910/1986


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.

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