The build-out of the loft features exposed brick and 11 foot ceilings supported by the original heavy wood timbers.
The Court Square Press Building stands at the head of the Fort Point Channel in historic South Boston.
The northern aspect offers spectacular views of the city beyond.
The unit's windows offer great views of the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center.
New demising walls utilizing staggered-stud, acoustically insulated construction will ensure minimal noise transfer between the lofts.
The landlord has installed hardwood floors throughout the loft.
Granite countertops and custom-milled wood cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
The center island features a gas range with a re-circulating hood and plenty of storage cabinets and drawers.
'Other top of the line stainless steel appliances include brands such as Jenn Air and Bosch.'
'An additional feature of the kitchen area is the overhead task lighting.'
Glass paneled french doors separate the bedroom/study from the main space.
Two, twin-door closets provide ample storage within the bedroom.
The loft has its own forced-air unit for heating and cooling.
The interior architectural design has cleverly retained clear lines of sight throughout the loft.
An integrated phone serves as an intercom with the front desk with 24 hour security.
The building is pre-wired for telephone, cable
(19726, Porter_156_151-18.jpg, "An integrated shelving unit is located by the bathroom entrance.
Adjacent to the coat closet is the entrance to the full bathroom.
The sleek, modern bathroom has been designed with a slight industrial edge to complement the building's urban feel.
Black granite counter atop custom-milled wood cabinetry completes the vanity design.
The tub/shower unit features floor-to-ceiling tiling.
'Adjoining the bathroom is the laundry with a stack washer/dryer unit.'
The entrance to the loft leads to the 3rd floor common hallway.
'Originally constructed in 1906
The courtyard's designers - LandWorks Studio," Inc. - have conceived this rendition of what the courtyard will look like once the bamboo is fully grown.
Graphic: Courtesy of LandWorks Studio
The newly completed entrance at the corner of Broadway St. + Dorchester Ave. blends modern design and construction with the beautiful turn-of-the-century elements that give the Court Square Press Building its distinctive character.
'Adjoining the Court Square Press Building is one assigned garage parking space