Ideally suited for office use, this space is located in downtown's Leather District Neighborhood.
The entrance to the unit from the 3rd floor common area hallway.
The utility burden for this unit is 32% of the electricity bill. The tenant is back billed from the landlord.
The corner office is the most sun-drenched space for concentrated work.
Open and secure, the storage alcove is large enough to accommodate a myriad of space-saving solutions.
8 southwest-facing windows flood the main office space with natural light.
An open ¾ wall separates a back section of the office space, complete with individual workstations.
A storage alcove adjoins the private office at the southern end of the space.
The drop-ceiling provides ample vertical noise insulation between floors.
This sunny commercial loft combines the flexibility of an open floor plan with semi-private offices and storage alcoves.
The south-end of the space opens to a private office and a storage alcove.
The galley-style kitchen is well lit with bright overhead task lighting.
The view from the kitchen area back to the main office space.
A decommissioned freight elevator shaft has been re-purposed as an AC air handling space complete with additional storage.
The office also features a range of dimmer controlled lighting systems throughout.
Each workstation space is illuminated and electrified for individual laptops or PCs.
The ¾ wall-separated office space is complete with open shelving and clear access to the kitchen area.
Adjacent to the entrance of the unit is the access to the 3rd floor common area toilet.
The toilet is accessible for the exclusive use of Unit #3A and Unit #3A-1.
The common area hallway provides free + clear access to the lower levels of the building.
The common area hallway is carpeted for noise mitigation.
The rising stairwell creates a dramatic 1st impression to the lobby entrance.
The lobby also features secure, off-street mailboxes and baseboard heating.
The building entrance to the 118 South Street mixed-use office lofts and residential condominiums.
The 118 South Street building is located on the corner of South + Beach Streets.
Located between Chinatown and the Financial District, the Leather District if also close to South Station, MBTA Red Line and Highway access.