Enjoy downtown living in this perfectly appointed Lincoln Plaza One Bed condo. Located in Boston's Historic Leather District, Lincoln Plaza is close to public transportation, South Station and the Downtown, Financial and Seaport Neighborhoods.
The open living concept is great for entertaining or for simply relaxing at home.
The unit features a combined living/kitchen and dining room. In unit washer/dryer and ample storage can be found in the units closets.
The kitchen features plenty of maple cabinetry with recessed panel doors and stainless steel bar pulls. Under-cabinet lighting and cobolt blue over-the-counter accent pendants create a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
Stainless steel appliances include a Fisher + Paykal refrigerator as well as a gas stove, microwave and dishwasher.
The bedroom suite is fully carpeted and accommodates a queen size bed.
2 deep-cut windows flood the bedroom suite with all-day southern light.
Adjoining the bedroom is a walk-in wardrobe and/or home office/den and access to the full bathroom.
Adjoining the bedroom suite with its walk-in wardrobe/den is access to the full bathroom. The full bathroom features marble tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with marble tile surround.
An elevator provides direct access to each floor from the lobby below.
One of the two common bike storage rooms.
The lobby design features stainless steel elevator doors and durable tile flooring.
The lobby also features secure, off-street mailboxes.
The distinctive wood paneling adds warmth and elegance to the lobby.
Unique to the building is the common outdoor patio, enjoyed by the residents and the office building, adjacent to the building.
In warmer weather, one can enjoy the outdoors while sitting at one of the cafe style tables, scattered about the outdoor space.
Secure gate for easy access in and out of the common patio, leads to Essex Street.
The Essex Street entrance to the Lincoln Plaza Residences at 181 Essex Street.
Front entrance to The Essex Building of the Lincoln Plaza Residences. Located between Chinatown and the historic Leather District.