The front entrance to the main building of the Spencer Lofts condominium development project.
An open linear kitchen features modern appliances including refrigerator, gas oven/range
(12232, Porter_156_336-13.jpg, "An open linear kitchen features modern stainless steel appliances including brands such as Frigidaire + Bosch.
The doors open onto a private balcony/deck with views across the courtyard and neighboring buildings.
The post + beam construction with original cast iron lintels and lateral support trusses, recall this loft's industrial past.
Plenty of off-street parking is available for all residents.
This unit comes with one (1) deeded, off-street parking space
(15024, Channel_Center_25_807-34.jpg, "Plenty of space exists for even more storage underneath the open-riser stairs.
Maple cabinetry, silestone counters and bright overhead task lighting complete the kitchen design.
The integrated washbasin + vanity includes a large mirror and bright task lighting.
Within the bathroom is a laundry hook-up for the stackable washer + electric dryer.
A bike rack is a convenient amenity for visiting friends and residents alike.
Adjoining the front entrance is public access to an art gallery/function space.
The gallery/function space is available for hire by all condominium residents.
The common area hallways have been re-finished with a faux wood linoleum for durability + noise mitigation.
The private balcony/deck is an ideal outdoor retreat when entertaining friends + guests at home.
'Large enough to accommodate a table with chairs + additional deck furniture
The 1st-of-2 common area roof decks that can be enjoyed by the residents at Spencer Lofts.
The bathroom features linoleum floor tiling and a tub/shower unit with subway-style tile tub surround.
An intercom with digital name directory is located by the lobby entrance, connecting the door release to the loft via the phone system.
Carpeted stairs provide access to a set of double doors atop a waist-high parapet wall.
The 2nd common area roof deck at the Spencer Lofts condominium development.
Additional ventilation within the loft is via a combination ceiling fan with light.
The building is pre-wired for Cable TV and high-speed Internet connectivity.
The view to the northeast looks out over the Chelsea river and Suffolk Downs beyond.
A short flight of stairs leads up from the 3rd floor to the building's two common roof decks.
The industrial look + feel of the lobby is further defined by the back-lit, suspended wire-mesh ceiling.
The south-western view provides a unique perspective of the Tobin bridge.
The internal architectural design of the loft forms a natural alcove to locate a sleeping area within the space.
The 'bedroom alcove' is large enough to accommodate a king-size bed with side tables and features a built-in closet.
A new passenger elevator provides direct access to each floor from the lobby.
Looking down onto the Spencer Lofts' courtyard area parking lot + neighboring buildings.
Adjacent to the sleeping area alcove is the loft's full bathroom and in-unit laundry.
Above the bathroom is a storage area, which houses the unit's gas-fired
(15658, Court_Square_Press_113-09.jpg, "Adjacent to the sleeping area is a den that can serve as a private study or an ideal home office.
The lobby features secure, off-street mailboxes.
The floors of the lobby have also been re-finished with the faux wood linoleum (not pictured) for added durability.
The windows offer open sky views over the courtyard and surrounding buildings of the Spencer Lofts development project.