Channel Center Lofts is a luxe 12 story mixed-use development situated in Boston's Seaport District completed in 2005. Units vary widely; however, they typically feature high ceilings, open floor-plans, exposed brick/beams, high-end appliances, and in-unit laundry. The complex comprises two buildings with offices, retail, and 120 residences. 25 Channel Center is entirely new construction, while 35 Channel Center revisions a 19th-century commercial building and, therefore, more authentically loft-like. Amenities include concierge service, fitness center, security, elevator, and parking. Channel Center Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Seaport District Lofts
437 D Street Lofts is a residential condominium conversion of an early 20th-century factory building situated in Boston's Seaport District completed in 1994. Units modern vary; however, they possess industrial period details such as soaring cast concrete ceilings, large windows, polished concrete floors, exposed mushroom columns, and open floor-plans. The association comprises 38 residences on seven floors with amenities such as a shared roof deck, garage, and elevator. 437 D Street Lotfs is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Dockside Place Lofts, AKA Sleeper Street Lofts, is a luxe residential condominium conversion of several 19th-century structures situated in Boston's Seaport District from 1982. Units vary; however, high ceilings, exposed brick/beam/ductwork details, open floor plans, large windows, and storage are typical. The association comprises 88 residences in two buildings. Dockside Place Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Fort Point Place is a loft condominium conversion of a 19th-century industrial building in Boston's Seaport District from 2001. Units vary from studios to 2-bedrooms and feature high ceilings, open floor plans, original brick/beam detail, large windows, and a few outdoor spaces. The association comprises 122 lofty residences with an on-site manager and elevator. Fort Point Place is pet-friendly.
FP3 Lofts is a vast mixed-use commercial/residential conversion development of three 19th-century structures in Boston's Seaport District from 2009. These stylish units vary widely; however, they typically feature high ceilings, large windows, hardwood floors, luxe kitchens/baths, open floor plans, exposed brick, and some with private outdoor spaces. The association comprises 92 residences on eight floors with amenities such as concierge services, shared terrace, bike storage, and parking. FP3 is pet-friendly with restrictions.