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.
South End Lofts
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!
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.