Year Built1906; converted 2003
Residences272 residences, 1–3 bedrooms, 673–2,812 sf, single level & duplexes
Court Square Press developed by Pappas Enterprises, is a six-story mid-rise full service building with an open central courtyard. Originally a printing press factory, the building was gut renovated and converted into loft-style condominiums in 2003, featuring a mix of original high ceiling, brick and beam and new construction with open contemporary interiors. Amenities include a concierge, gym, function/TV room, an outdoor heated pool and patio, gas grills and as well as garage and outdoor parking. Some residences enjoy private deck spaces. Many units have city views and a true loft feel. Amenities are shared with the Macallen Building, another Pappas development. Located in South Boston conveniently situated across from the Broadway T, and steps from Allele and Lofts at 36 A, residences have easy access to other Boston neighborhoods and highways. Neighborhood restaurants, pubs, cafes and yoga are also within steps and downtown Boston, South End restaurants and the Harbor Walk are within a five to ten minute walk.