This superb South Boston loft is the ideal creative environment for both work and play.
The interior lines and clean finish accentuate the contemporary feel of the space.
The south-western exposure floods the loft with day-long natural light.
The loft offers great views of the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center.
Boston's city skyline can be admired to the north.
Eleven-foot high ceilings and the open floor plan add to the loft's sense of space + light.
The heavy timber columns with their original cast iron lintels have been restored, recalling this loft's industrial past.
A raised platform delineates a bedroom/sleeping area within the main space.
Alternatively the platform can serve as a formal dining/entertaining area.
The loft has its own forced-air unit for heating and cooling throughout the space.
A modern kitchen is open to the main space.
The kitchen features top of the line stainless steel appliances including brands such as Jenn Air and Bosch.
Granite countertops and custom-milled wood cabinetry creates a kitchen workspace as beautiful as it is functional.
The loft features hardwood flooring throughout.
'Adjoining the main space
Bathroom features tile flooring and a tub/shower unit with subway-style tile tub surround.
Black granite atop custom-milled wood cabinetry, completes the vanity design within the 1st full bathroom.
Accessed via the entrance hallway is the unit's bedroom/private study.
As a bedroom, the space can easily accommodate a king-size bed with side tables.
Alternatively, the space serves as an ideal home office or private study.
A full ensuite bathroom adjoins the bedroom/private study.
Built within the building's original chimney stack is a walk-in shower stall.
The shower stall features numerous multi-directional spray nozzles.
Black granite atop custom-milled wood cabinetry, completes the vanity design within the 2nd full bathroom.
The bedroom/private study features a large walk-in closet (see floorplan below).
A full-sized, stack washer/dryer is located within a closet adjoining the enrtrance hallway.
The entrance hallway to the unit also features a coat closet for additional storage.
Common area hallways are well lit and routinely maintained.
Common area hallways are carpeted for noise mitigation.
Looking down onto the central courtyard within the Court Square Press building.
Each floor is accessed via two large capacity, high-speed elevators.
The distinctive wood paneling adds warmth and elegance to the newly completed lobby.
The lobby provides a dramatic first impression to the residences at Court Square Press.
24 hour concierge/security is a convenient service for residents living at Court Square Press.
'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 outdoor parking space