A full-size stack washer/dryer is located within the unit's laundry closet.
Gas forced hot air heating and central air conditioning are ducted throughout the loft.
Built in 1901, 35 Channel Center was recently converted into spacious residential loft condominiums.
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(161092, Spencer_Lofts_205-04.jpg, "Built in 1910, this former textile manufacturing building was converted in 2004 into 100 unique loft + studio spaces.
Each floor is accessed via 2 high-speed elevators from the lobby.
A bright south-easterly exposure floods the unit with natural light.
Located on the top floor, this loft is one of 44 in an elevator building with high owner-occupancy.
Photos are from a previous photo shoot.
Unique to this space is the European-style Juliette balcony.
The dining room table remains in the loft as a permanent furniture piece.
The unit is distinguished by high ceilings and hard wood flooring.
'Durable black granite floor tiling creates a distinct entrance foyer to the loft.'
Other features that recall this loft's industrial past include exposed brick walls and ceiling beams.
The tub and shower stall surrounds have been finished with tile.
A large dress mirror, bright task lighting complete the vanity design of the bathroom.
A modern linear kitchen is open to the main space.
The full bathroom includes a tub, separate shower stall and vanity.
Looking down Channel Center Street towards Binford Street and the back of the Fort Point Place loft condos at 21 Wormwood Street.
Looking up Channel Center Street past the new luxury loft-style building at 25 Channel Center.
The front lobby features a lift for easy disabled access to the building.
Stone tile finishes define the front lobby entrance stairway.
The elevators have been newly installed within the building.
The spacious lobby provides a dramatic 1st impression to the loft residences at 35 Channel Center.
The front entrance to the 35 Channel Center loft condominium building.
Located 10 minutes from either South Station or Broadway Red Line stops.
Conceived by Charles Spada, the lobby employs both simplicity and grandeur as its design elements.
Adjacent to the lobby's 2nd door lock are secure off-street mailboxes.