This classic 'brick + beam' Leather District loft available for rent as soon as November 1st!
Located on the 2nd floor, this unit is one of 16 in a modest-sized elevator building with high owner-occupancy.
With over 1400 square feet, the space offers many possibilities for layout from sitting areas to dining options or an area for a desk to easily work from home.
An extended workbench separates the kitchen from the rest of the open loft space.
Please note that the loft is now the grey/blue color, through out. Wall colors have changed since this photo shoot. New photos coming soon!
12 foot-high ceilings and huge southwest-facing windows fill the main living area with beautiful southwest natural day light.
Please note that all appliances have been recently changed out for stainless steel. NEW stone countertops to be installed.
A modern kitchen is open to the loft space, perfect for impromptu meetings. Since this photo shoot, the appliances have been changed out for stainless steel. NEW stone counter tops will be installed.
Adjacent to the kitchen area is a storage closet housing the water heater and in unit laundry.
The laundry/utility closet houses a full-size washer/dryer unit.
Tenant pays for electricity, hot water and cable/internet. Heat is included in the monthly rent.
Adjacent to the kitchen area, on the left are two large closets, great for storage.
The additional storage closets + pantry space are finished with open shelving and custom closet built-ins.
Accessible from the entrance hallway to the loft is the unit's full bathroom.
Please note that all wall colors have changed. New photos coming soon.
Located off the entrance hallway are the rest of the lofts amenities.
Ideal for a guest room/den or in home office is the smaller of the two bedrooms. Please note that this room does not have a closet so should be considered as a den.
One large window allows for afternoon light and overlooks Lincoln Street.
Immediately adjacent to the entrance of loft are the two bedrooms.
Brick and beam details through out the space with a large window overlooking Lincoln Street.
Electric fan coil/forced hot air system provides heating + cooling throughout the loft, with additional ventilation via ceiling fan in the larger of the two bedrooms.
The brick, beams and hardwood floors add to the warmth and charm of the space.
The walk-through closet features numerous custom-built closet + space organizing storage systems.
The bathroom has been fully refurbished and includes floor-to-wall marble tiling and a crystal chandelier.
The deep soaking tub/shower unit is finished with marble tile tub surround and swinging glass door splash guard.
Other refinements in the bathroom include a custom-built linen + storage closet.
A wall mirror, bright task lighting and marble-topped vanity.
The entrance to the unit from the 2nd floor common area hallway.
Take the elevator to the top floor and then the stairs up through the building's head-house to access the common roof deck.
A short passage-way leads from the head-house to a secure, fenced-off common area deck.
With 360° views, the common area roof deck is an ideal outdoor retreat.
Views from the buildings common roof deck show The John Hancock tower and the Prudential building loom in the distance of the south-western sky.
1 Financial and the Federal Reserve buildings provide a spectacular backdrop to the roof-top views.
Since this photo shoot the skyline has an addition of The Radian building, located across from the State Street Building.
The lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes and intercom system.
Each floor is accessed via the building's elevator. Please note that an elevator project is slated to start in November and will last for approximately 3 to 4 months.
The elevator is accessed directly from the building's lobby.
The building entrance + lobby also features a ramp.
Located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District, ideally located near South Station, FiDi, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods.
The view from the loft looks out over the intersection of Beach + Lincoln Streets towards the former Terradyne building.