Style, form + function are fully realized in this chic loft located downtown in Boston's historic Leather district.
Converted into loft residences In 2000, this unit is open and spacious, prefect for intimate dinner parties or simply relaxing at home.
Please note that some wall colors may have changed since this photo shoot.
Additional renovations to this unique space include cutting-edge design and custom closet built-ins + casework.
Located on the 6th floor with skyline views of 93 North and South as well as South Boston and South End neighborhoods.
Six large south facing windows flood the main living space with all day natural light.
The southerly aspect offers views over the neighborhood basketball courts and beyond.
A free-standing interior wall defines two functional living areas separate from the main space. Please Note: The photo-shoot is of the unit when it was previously staged for resale – current build-out features a private study area with custom bookshelf behind curved interior wall.
To the right behind the interior wall is a potential space for a workstation, home office and/or private study.
Open shelving casework can offer storage solutions and serve as a dividing wall between a possible home office and a 2nd sleeping area den.
The curved interior wall provides the structure to the two living spaces it delimits without compromising the sense of space within the main living area.
A cut-out picture window, built into the interior wall as an interesting design feature.
The opposite side of the dividing wall can also feature open shelving storage solutions. Please Note: The current space features a wall of custom-built bookshelves.
The den could be converted into a fully enclosed 2nd/guest bedroom complete with window and closet built-ins.
A modern custom-designed kitchen is open to the main living space.
The kitchen is complemented by a built-in center island with additional storage and seating to serve as a breakfast bar.
Black granite counters and backsplash, together with maple upper + lower cabinets.
Unique to this loft is the clever use of casework and partitioning walls to create a private main sleeping area with an adjoining en suite full bathroom.
LONGHI designed, white oak sliding doors with translucent panels.
Left open, the LONGHI sliding system serve as decorative wall panels flanking the entrance to the main sleeping area.
The main sleeping area is a large living space that can readily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables.
Two, large storage closets with space organizing built-ins.
Light filtering through the translucent panels creates a relaxing ambiance within the main sleeping area.
Twin-door storage closets, with numerous closet built-ins.
The full marble bathroom includes the convenience of both a jacuzzi tub and a separate shower stall.
The built-in vanity features twin washbasins, granite counter and a large dress mirror with bright task lighting.
The spacious bathroom also offers the utility of a 2nd entrance for friends + guests, so as not to disturb the privacy of the main sleeping area.
The entrance hallway to the loft features an additional twin-door storage closet.
Adjacent to the entrance of the loft is an in-unit laundry + linen closet.
The laundry closet can easily accommodate a stack washer/dryer unit plus additional storage.
The entrance to the unit from the 6th floor common area hallway. Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation and include the convenience of a trash room.
Each floor is accessed via an elevator directly from the building's lobby below.
The building features 2 means of egress and a safety alarm + sprinkler system.
Lobby features secure off-street mailboxes and intercom system.
The loft condos at 210 Lincoln Street are located on the corners of Lincoln Street and Kneeland Street.
Please Note: The floor plan shows the unit's total area schematic without the internal structure of the sleeping area and partitioning walls.