The sleeping area can readily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables and additional furniture pieces.
Economy of design comes into its own in this stylish South End loft conversion.
The bathroom also includes a tub shower unit with tile tub surround.
Original hardwood floors have been polished and preserved throughout.
The entrance foyer to the building's lobby features dramatic inner doors and the original terrazzo tile flooring and marble wall surround.
The laundry closet opens to reveal a Bosch Axxis series stack washer/dryer unit.
The lobby also features secure off-street mailboxes.
Adjacent to the open kitchen/dining area are back-lit sliding panels that conceal numerous clever storage solutions.
1 off-street parking space, in a private lot at the rear of the building
(19118, South_210_10_1-43.jpg, "1-of-2 elevators opens to the building's lobby.
Other building features include a freight elevator for easy move-in.
Residents can keep their bicycles in the lobby hallway.
The open shelving creates a decorative yet functional storage solution that complements the galley kitchen design.
Access to the 2nd floor is via the original stairwell featuring steel decking and a bright cast iron and glass skylight.
The overhead steel lighting pendants illuminate the cut and grain of the extra wide granite counter.
The sliding panel storage solutions continue 25 feet along the left hand wall, concealing wardrobes and lots of closet space.
On the right hand side, other sliding panels open to reveal the loft's sleeping area.
The oven/range with a four-burner gas stove cook-top features an overhead re-circulating extractor hood.
The sliding panels can be closed to give the sleeping area privacy.
The rest of the loft's amenities, e.g.
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'Also deeded to this unit is a separate 100 SF± private storage room located off the 2nd floor common area hallway.'
Located on the 2nd floor, this unit is one of 16 in a modest sized brick + iron building with high owner-occupancy.
The entrance to the unit opens to the 2nd floor common area hallway.
This beautiful space is ideally located for an ambitious professional keen on that live/work transfer to Boston.
The Hub Building loft condos located at the corner of East Berkeley + Washington Streets in the South End… opposite Myer's + Chang Restaurant.
The sliding panels adjacent to the sleeping area conceal a vertically stacked shoe closet.
The sliding panel closest to the main living space opens to reveal a home office nook with open shelving.
The bathroom features concrete flooring and a pedestal sink with a glass shelf and bright task lighting.
The John Hancock building forms a stunning backdrop to the urban views from the loft's 3 deep-cut windows.