156 Porter Street #121

Built in 1912, this former warehouse building was converted in 2005 into 217 unique loft spaces.

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* Fee(s) include: Broker Fee (equivalent to 1 month's rent) (230573, Porter_156_111_16-03.jpg, "Built in 1912, this former warehouse building was converted in 2005 into 217 unique loft spaces.

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* Fee(s) include: Broker Fee (equivalent to 1 month's rent) (5014, EastIndia_85_24F-24.jpg, "Built in 1972 by I.M. Pei, Harbor Towers I & II feature a courtyard by the foreshore that has become a popular lunchtime respite for office workers and tourists alike.
18 foot-high ceilings and the open floor plan exaggerate this loft's sense of space + light.

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The loft depicted in this photo shoot is representative only of the current available unit.
A wall of north-facing windows fill the space with soft natural light, ideal for artists.
Aluminum Thermapane double hung windows with low energy glass have been newly installed throughout.

Built into the soffit is the unit's independent air conditioning system.
Unique architectural details of this unit include a painted brick wall section.
New amber colored, horizontal cut Bamboo flooring is featured throughout.
Open kitchen concept is perfect for entertaining family and friends.
A 4-burner gas range/oven features an over-the-range microwave with re-circulating extractor fan.
Glass paneled cabinetry and the sleek stainless steel counter creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
Leading-off from the kitchen area is the entrance to the bathroom.
The bathroom has a new tub/shower unit with subway-style tile stall surround.

Adjoining the bathroom is the unit's utility/laundry room.
The laundry hook-up is provided for use with a stack washer and electric self-venting dryer unit.
The loft features it's own gas fired hot water heater and Burnham boiler for efficient forced hot steam baseboard heating.
The bathroom features Bamboo flooring and a floating washbasin with towel rack.

Plenty of wall space exists within the bathroom for vanity mirrors and cabinets.
An integrated telephone serves as an intercom and door release to the lobby entrance.
The front entrance to the unit from the 1st floor common area hallway.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation.

All common areas throughout the building are ventilated and heated.
The lobby elevator bay is carpeted and features stainless steel elevator doors.

All residents can use the elevators to access the common function room and roof deck.
The common function room can be used by residents for social gatherings and condo association meetings
The common function room features a kitchen area.
Adjoining the function room are two restrooms for common use.
Restrooms are large enough to accommodate disabled access.
Two glass doors lead out onto the common roof deck.
The roof deck is shared by all residents of Porter 156.
Boston's city skyline forms a spectacular backdrop to the view over East Boston.
The impressive scale of the Porter 156 lobby doubles as great gallery space.
Adjoining the lobby is the building's mail room.
The mail room features secure off-street mailboxes.
Adjacent to the mail room is the management office with an on-site building manager.
The exposed concrete ceilings and supporting columns lend industrial chic to the Porter 156 lofts.

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There is a $400 Move in/Move out Fee that is to be paid by all residents.
The aluminum and glass entrance provides a dramatic 1st impression to the inner lobby.
The building's outer lobby features a secure digital intercom system.
The front entrance to the Porter 156 loft condominiums.
A ring-road allows residents and guests to pull up close to the lobby entrance for convenient pick-up and drop-offs.
Additional outdoor parking space is available for the residents at Porter 156.
Square Footage: 926 SF±

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Area above the kitchen/bathroom is not to be used.

Date Rented: January 1st, 2015
  • 1st Floor Unit, East Boston Loft
  • open floor plan
  • 926 SF±