The Hayden Building is the only remaining commercial building designed by renowned 19th century American architect Henry Hobson Richardson in Boston. Located on the corner of LaGrange and Washington in Boston's bustling Chinatown neighborhood.
The loft was built with storage in mind. Built-ins house the in-unit laundry as well as options for house-hold items and clothing.
Exposed steel beams and brickwork compliment the beautiful hardwood floors that are featured through out the loft.
The design recalls the buildings past featuring brick walls.
Oversize windows flood the space with all day light. Blinds are fitted on all windows for privacy.
Modern, open kitchen concept features sile stone counter tops with under mount task lighting.
Located in the heart of Chinatown, the Hayden Building is an ideal location for commuting to all neighborhoods of Boston.
The design of the loft can be set up as a 1 bed, 1+ bed and 2 bed scenario. Moving walls allow for this feature.
Transom window allows for light into the sleeping area. Sliding doors close off the room for privacy.
The 1/2 bath is perfectly appointed.
The loft was built and designed to feature high end cabinetry and a Bosch appliance package.
View of the hall heading back to the entrance of the loft, showing the in unit storage cabinetry.
The corner placement allows for wonderful light. The layout is perfect for entertaining, watching tv or relaxing. Unit features a gas fireplace.
The full bathroom suite is complete with vanity, task lighting and tub/shower unit.