A decommissioned freight elevator shaft with the original steel doors serves as a second/guest sleeping area.
'Adjoining the main living space
The original wood flooring is over 100 years old and has been super polished and preserved.
The entrance to the loft's main sleeping area is defined by a pair of 10 foot-high custom steel fabricated swing doors with translucent panels.
A 220 volt electric baseboard heating unit has been installed in the decommissioned freight elevator shaft.
The entrance to the unit from the 3rd floor common area hallway.
The building is wired for HDR DirecTV and if required, DSL and/or fiber optic is also available to the building.
'Cooling and ventilation is via a fixed window AC unit
A formal dining area conveniently adjoins the open kitchen space.
The main sleeping area suite is large enough to accommodate a queen-size bed with side tables.
The entrance hallway of the loft features plenty of wall-space for art + pictures and bright task-lighting.
The full bathroom features a tub/shower unit with custom accent tile tub surround.
Located on the 3rd floor with a northwest-facing exposure, this loft is one of 27 residential units in a medium-sized elevator building.
The kitchen design is complete with bright overhead task-lighting.
Underneath the mezzanine storage space is a walk-through wardrobe with custom closet built-ins.
The entrance foyer to the loft also includes an additional storage and in-unit laundry closet, which houses a full-size stack washer/dryer unit.
This artfully renovated Leather District loft is an ideal creative space to live, work + play.
This photo shoot is from when the owners lived in the loft.
'Located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District
3rd floor common area hallway leads to the building's elevator.
'A modern L-shaped kitchen
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and are well maintained throughout the building.
11½ foot ceilings and bright over-sized windows lend the main living area an exaggerated sense of space + light.
Additional custom refinements include a vanity with mirror + bright task-lighting plus hand-crafted wall tile accents.
'Original features throughout
The main sleeping area is further defined by an overhead ceiling fan and 3 custom-fashioned portals cut into the side wall, for additional ventilation.
Exterior view of the 107 South Street loft condominiums, in the heart of the Leather District.
Looking through the glass + wire portal #4447 of the decommissioned freight elevator shaft door.
A pull-down folding ladder provides access to the mezzanine storage space above the main sleeping area.
Unique to the kitchen build-out is the custom, hand-crafted ceramic tile back-splash.
Lobby features secure mailboxes and intercom system.
Alternatively, the decommissioned freight elevator shaft can serve as an ideal home office and/or private study.