In general, loft living is known for its flexible design and open floor plan. If you don’t like being cut off from the rest of the condo and you want your living space to easily shift purposes or accommodate entertaining, a residential loft might be a good fit for you.
Strada, in Boston’s Waterfront neighborhood, also underwent a luxury loft renovation around 2004. These units feature super large windows with great Boston skyline or harbor views.
The Modern and The Modern II, are within a few minutes walking distance from the Avenue of the Arts, the Huntington Theatre, Boston Symphony Hall and all the fine dining that the South End has to offer. A relatively new set of residences on the very Western edge of the South End, these buildings offer spacious living areas, modern design and large windows. Their location is incredibly convenient for those working at nearby Boston Medical Center.
South Boston’s rapidly up and coming Seaport neighborhood has a cluster of loft style buildings around Broadway Station. These include Allele Lofts, the Lofts at 36 A, the Macallen building and the Court Square Press Lofts. Zen-inspired bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows can be found at the The Lofts at 36A, while next door at Allele Lofts residents enjoy private balconies and terraces and beautiful bamboo floors. The sleek LEED-certified Macallen building boasts a non-smoking green environment, and its sister building, the Court Square Press Lofts, charms those who prefer old wide plank wood floors and exposed bricks and beams. Units in these buildings are still a very good value and their close proximity to Broadway Station and the South End makes this area a great alternative for those who can’t quite afford to buy in the heart of the city.
Here’s an example of a loft space in the North End neighborhood of Boston. After its 2001 conversion from a clothing warehouse into this exceptional loft space, it features a true master bed with en-suite bath, and custom built storage and closets. Plus custom built “barn door” that slides closed for privacy. Exposed brick and wood beams on its 10′ high ceilings give this residence a rustic warmth.
There are many more options for loft living in Boston Downtown neighborhoods. If you’d like to see any, please contact me to schedule a viewing.
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