1 Glenwood Road Lofts is a residential condominium conversion of an early 20th-century industrial building in Somerville's Winter Hill neighborhood from 2008. Tucked away off the beaten path, this modestly scaled loft 3 unit development offers loft-living amid a quiet residential area. Units feature exposed brick and beam architectural details, high ceilings, and parking. 1 Glenwood Road Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
50 Bow Street is a 14 unit residential loft condo conversion of an 1874 police station located in Somerville's hot Union Square neighborhood. 50 Bow Street's location makes it convenient to downtown Boston, MIT, Kendall, Harvard, and Area IV. Units feature high ceilings, large sunlit windows, modern HVAC, and deed parking.
143 Jacques Street is a building tucked away off the beaten path and is a modestly scaled development that offers loft-living amid a quiet residential neighborhood not far from the shops and restaurants of Somerville's Winter Hill. The association is comprised of three units.
Brickbottom Lofts, AKA Brickbottom Artists Building, is a true loft-style condominium conversion of two early 20th-century industrial buildings formerly owned by A&P Supermarkets situated in Somerville near Union Square and the East Cambridge line established in 1988. Units vary widely in terms of their features; however, they generally include high ceilings, open floor plans, large window walls, exposed columns, exposed ducts, and beams. The buildings comprise 155 live/work residences with amenities like on-site management, active gallery, shared courtyard, and parking. Brickbottom Lofts is pet-friendly.
The Davis Square Lofts complex is a unique enclave of four 19th-Century industrial buildings once home to a frame factory situated centrally in Somerville's Davis Square and completed in 2006. Units vary widely across the three buildings, however open floor plans, high ceilings, massive timber wood buildings, exposed brick, and period architectural details are prevalent. The Davis Square Lofts complex overlooks the Somerville community bike path and offers convenient access to Boston and surrounding towns.
Durell School Lofts is a residential condominium conversion of a 19th-century school building situated in Somerville close to Porter, Harvard, and Inman Squares from 2006. However, units vary; each retains period details, open floor plans, high ceilings, central air, and large windows. The association comprises eight award-winning soft loft residences with amenities such as parking and storage. Durell School Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Park Street Lofts is a residential condominium development in Somerville between Union Square, Kirkland Village, and Porter Square from 2009. Units are soft-loft in style with some exposed architectural details, open floor plans, one and two-level, contemporary kitchens/baths, outdoor spaces, and parking. The association comprises three three-story buildings. Park Street Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.
Sanctuary Lofts is a residential condominium conversion of a 19th-century church building in Somerville near Union Square from 2000. Units vary, however typically, they have period architectural details, high ceilings, large windows, hardwood floors, open floor plans, exposed ductwork/timbers, in-unit laundry, and contemporary kitchens/baths. The association comprises 17 residences with amenities such as elevator, storage, and parking. Sanctuary Lofts is pet-friendly with restrictions.