Seaport Lofts

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.  

Congress Street Lofts
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 44

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! 

 

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319 A Street Lofts
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 48 | Year Built 2016

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!

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West Second Street Lofts
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 75

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.

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The Church Lofts On Broadway
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 44 | Year Built 1884

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.

 

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FP3 Lofts
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 91

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!

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MaCallan Loft Building
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 144 | Year Built 2007

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.

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Fort Point Place Lofts
Neighborhood Seaport | Number of Units 117 | Year Built 1900/2000

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!

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