A fully-equipped kitchen is open to the main living space.
'Adjacent to the entrance to the loft is a utility closet that houses a stack washer/dryer and additional storage space.'
12 foot-high ceilings and huge south-facing windows fill the loft with natural light.
The custom-built center island features additional storage cabinets and serves as a breakfast bar.
A decorative glass-paneled medicine cabinet is built-in to the wall of the bathroom.
Alternatively, the bedroom can be used as a home office separate from the main living space of the loft.
The oven/range and refrigerator are classic period GE appliances that lend retro chic to the build-out of the kitchen.
A short passage-way leads from the head-house to a secure, fenced-off common area deck.
The building entrance + lobby also features a ramp for easy disabled access.
Electric fan coil/forced hot air system provides heating + cooling throughout the loft, with additional ventilation via ceiling fan in the main living space.
The John Hancock tower and the Prudential building loom in the distance of the south-western sky.
Original steel doors enclose a decommissioned freight elevator shaft within the bedroom/office space.
The bedroom is located behind the lounge/dining area at the rear of the loft.
Take the elevator to the top floor and then the stairs up through the building's head-house to access the common roof deck.
The entrance to the unit from the 2nd floor common area hallway.
Currently used as a working photography studio, this loft offers a true live/work environment for residential use and/or commercial use.
A lounge and/or formal dining area immediately adjoins the open kitchen.
The bathroom also includes a tub/shower unit with tile tub surround.
Residents enjoy the shared use of a gas-fired BBQ grille, perfect for summertime entertaining.
At 1300 SF± of usable space, the loft allows for flexible room layout to accommodate multiple living areas for dining
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The bathroom features tile flooring, pedestal sink with mirrored cabinet and bright task lighting.
All former darkroom equipment will be removed and the freight elevator space can be used for storage or as a walk-in wardrobe.
The decommissioned freight elevator shaft was converted into a working darkroom.
Each floor is accessed via the building's elevator, the maintenance of which is included in the rental fee.
With 360° views, the common area roof deck is an ideal outdoor retreat.
The lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes and intercom system.
Two siding panels by the bedroom/office entrance can be pulled back to open the room to the main living space.
The elevator is accessed directly from the building's lobby.
'Located next to Chinatown in the historic Leather District
1 Financial and the Federal Reserve buildings provide a spectacular backdrop to the roof-top views.
Adjacent to the kitchen/dining area is the entrance to the unit's full bathroom.