Broadluxe Lofts is a luxe residential condominium conversion of a 19th-century commercial building situated in Boston's Financial District from 2007. Units vary; however, features typically include open floor-plans, exposed brick and beam, high ceilings, large windows, marble baths, and gourmet kitchens. The association comprises 44 residences on nine floors with amenities such as concierge services, parking, storage, resident superintendent, and elevator. Broadluxe Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Financial District Lofts
Greenway Place is a mixed-use condominium conversion development of a 19th-century commercial building in Boston's Waterfront District immediately adjacent to the Rose Kennedy Greenway from 2005. Units vary from two to four-beds; however, they all generally feature luxe finishes, concrete floors, high-end kitchens/baths, high ceilings, large windows with city/harbor views, exposed brick/beam details, and a few with outdoor space. The association comprises 12 residences on seven floors with amenities such as professional management, additional storage, and elevator. Greenway Place is pet-friendly with restrictions.