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346 Congress Street #207 -
Boston MA 02210
2nd Floor Unit, Seaport District FP3 Loft
Date Sold: January 29, 2010
Parking: Assigned Rental Spaces: $235/mo.
Pets: Pet Friendly Building
Outdoor Space: Common Roof Terrace
Square Footage: 1001 SF±
1+BR/2BA floor plan
Contact us about this listing
Onnelly: 617.512.1591
or Kathleen: 617.386.9110
email: inquire@loftsboston.com
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Modern urban living is redefined in this chic Seaport District FP3 loft located in Boston's historic Fort Point Channel community.
Condo Fee: $535/mo. includes heat/AC, hot water, gas, water + sewer, C.A.M., on-site concierge, common terrace + art gallery/function space, master insurance and professional management.
R.E. Taxes: $3,889.52/FYR2010 without residential exemption.
Envisaged by noted Boston architect David Hacin, the FP3 Lofts conversion + addition is a signature adaptive/re-use project juxtaposing "neubau" with the preservation of the "altbau".
Converted in 2007 and upgraded to the seller's specifications, this loft now features a bedroom suite, an additional study and/or 2nd bedroom den and, 2 full bathrooms.
Located on the 2nd floor with a bright southerly aspect, the unit is one of 92 in an elevator building with high-end finishes.
All windows employ high-efficiency insulated glass and are finished with custom Hunter-Douglas shades.
The main space readily accommodates multiple living areas for dining, reading, watching TV or just simply relaxing.


Please Note:

The FP3 Lofts are wired for multi-media services through Comcast, DirecTV and Verizon.
The predominant amenity of the loft is the modern kitchen, open to the main living space.
The seller opted for the additional expense of several kitchen upgrades including, the Espresso Wood veneered upper cabinets by Arclinea.
The 30" KitchenAid Architect Series II gas range with 4 burners + convection oven is complemented by the Whirlpool slide-out, re-circulating vent range hood.
A Bosch Energy Star® rated stainless steel Dishwasher with matching kitchen cabinetry overlay panel is integrated into the kitchen design.
Another kitchen upgrade is the stainless steel 35" LG french door with bottom freezer refrigerator.

Moreover, a power outlet has been installed in the kitchen base cabinet, adjacent to the refrigerator, for a microwave oven.
Unique to this loft is the addition of the kitchen island with 4 pull-out storage drawers and electric power outlet.
Whether it's cocktail hour or breakfast the next morning, the kitchen island cum breakfast bar/dining area are a natural focal point when entertaining at home.
Grey Silestone quartz counters and the brushed nickel Estiluz pendant light with 3 halogen lights (plus optional up-lighting) over the center island, complete the kitchen design.
The loft's bedroom suite adjoins the main living space from the kitchen/dining area.
The bedroom suite can easily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables.
A deep, walk-in storage closet, featuring space-organizing built-ins, is located within the bedroom suite.
Adjacent to the bedroom suite is the entrance to the 1st-of-2 full bathrooms.
The 1st full bathroom features porcelain tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with glass tile accent tub surround.
The 1st full bathroom also includes a walnut finished vanity with white crushed quartz counter and a mirrored cabinet with bright task lighting.
To the right of the entrance of the 1st full bathroom is the loft's private study and/or 2nd bedroom den.
Seller upgrades to the private study and/or 2nd bedroom den include a George Nelson 'Criss Cross' lamp.
The private study and/or 2nd bedroom den includes a built-in storage closet/wardrobe.
A sliding panel door can be closed for privacy within the private study and/or 2nd bedroom.
Additional seller upgrades to the unit include 2 halogen recessed lights in the kitchen/dining area and, maple hardwood flooring extended into the loft's main bedroom + private study and/or 2nd bedroom area.
The entrance hallway to the loft is flanked by a storage/coat closet to the left and, an in-unit laundry closet on the right.
The in-unit laundry closet houses a Bosch Axxis stack washer + ventless dryer system.
Adjacent to the entrance of the loft is the 2nd full bathroom.
The 2nd full bathroom features a glass door enclosed shower stall with custom teak-wood shower stall mat.
The 2nd full bathroom also includes a Duravit pedestal sink with mirrored cabinet, Toto dual flush toilet and, a George Kovac bathroom light fixture.
The entrance to the unit from the 2nd floor common area hallway.
Around the corner from the entrance to the unit is the 2nd floor common area elevator bay.
The building has been refurbished with 2 new high-speed elevators that, inter alia, provide all residents with access to the common roof terrace.
The 7th floor — penthouse level — common area elevator bay of the FP3 Loft building.
The 7th floor common area hallway provides secure access to the building's common roof terrace.
The common roof terrace is an outdoor amenity that all residents at the FP3 Lofts can enjoy.
The common roof terrace features outdoor furnishings, landscaped planters and sweeping views over the Seaport + Fort Point Channel districts.
The view to the south-east looks over neighboring rooftops towards the Boston Convention Center and the adjacent Westin Hotel.
The north-easterly aspect takes in the new Fan Pier commercial development project, the World Trade Center, to the right and, elements of the inner Boston harbor.
At approximately 800 SF±,the common roof terrace at FP3 Lofts is complete with a gas-fired BBQ grill — ready for outdoor entertaining.
The common area, lobby level elevator bay is finished with stone tile flooring for added durability.
The common area lobby level entrance hallway provides a unique wall space for locally commissioned art work.
Steps lead down to the building's lobby entrance and/or a lift provides easy disabled access to the building's elevator bay.
The concierge desk in the lobby of the FP3 Loft condominium building is fashioned from recycled materials of the original conversion.
Conceived by David Hacin, the building's lobby is an interplay of simplicity and grandeur, in its design elements.
The rear entrance to the FP3 Lofts' lobby opens to an alley way that can be used by residents as a 'pick-up + drop-off' access point for groceries and/or visiting friends + guests.
Other times, residents, et al, can use the lobby at FP3 Lofts for an art gallery or an all-purpose function space.
The building's lobby also provides secure, off-street mailboxes for each resident.
The building's commercial tenants also access their mail from the secure off-street mailboxes in the FP3 Loft's lobby.
Unique to the lobby of the FP3 Lofts condominium building project is the care taken to provide a comfortable waiting space for visiting friends + guests.
The grandeur of the FP3 Lofts building lobby entrance is immediately apparent with its large scale, stark minimalism and historic accents.
The inner lobby door serves as an 'air-lock' for the preservation of climate control within the lobby space and the external space.
The front entrance to the FP3 Lofts at 346 Congress Street in Boston's historic Fort Point Channel district.
The 2nd floor unit depicted in this pictorial is located directly above (and, to the right of...) famed Boston restaurateur Barbara Lynch's new Sportello Restaurant and, above the equally acclaimed bar — 'Drink'.
The FP3 Lofts project is a 3 building development that encompasses the conversion of 2 existing warehouses and the addition of a 3rd residential/entrance/lobby structure plus the new-build penthouse addition on-top.
Located on Congress Street, behind the Childrens' Museum, the FP3 Lofts are just steps away from the Fort Point Channel and, minutes from downtown Boston.
Panning north from the Congress Street bridge, the view takes in the Fort Point Channel waters and the new Intercontinental hotel and residences.
To the south-west, the view from the Congress Street bridge looks over to the Federal Reserve and the 1 Financial buildings — anchor landmarks of Boston's Financial District.
Square Footage: 1001 SF±
1+BR/2BA floor plan
Exterior view of 346 Congress Street
Street-Level Imagery: Google StreetViews
346 Congress Street | The FP3 Lofts
Dynamic Map: Courtesy of Google Maps
Contact us about this listing
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or Kathleen: 617.386.9110
email: inquire@loftsboston.com
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