Converted to Live/Work lofts in the late 90's, this is one of 26 units in this brick and beam building.
The openness of the main living space offers many opportunities for living and dining. Polished southern yellow pines are featured in the main living space.
The kitchen is open to the dining area, which flows out to the living room.
L-shaped kitchen features maple cabinets, painted white and stainless steel appliances. The kitchen is open to the main room, perfect for entertaining.
The bedroom can readily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables. The bedroom also features wall-to-wall carpet. Please note that the carpet has changed since this original photo shoot.
Bedroom includes two built-in closets, which provide ample storage.
A decommissioned freight elevator space with the original steel doors serves as an ideal home office.
Alternatively, the decommissioned freight elevator shaft can serve as a guest room.
Closed, the original steel doors afford privacy to the decommissioned freight elevator space.
The bathroom features a vanity with mirror + bright task lighting. The full bathroom also features a tub/shower unit with tile tub surround.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and are well maintained throughout the building.
Exterior view of the 107 South Street loft condominiums, in the heart of the Leather District.
107 South Street is located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District and is an easy commute to the neighborhoods of Fort Point, Downtown, The Financial District and Seaport.
The Leather District is convenient to the MBTA, the Commuter Rail and South Station as well as access to the major highways.