Year Built1917; converted 1974
Residences42 residences, studios–4 bedrooms, 591- 2,125 sf, single-level and loft-style
Originally the legendary Prince® spaghetti factory, the historic Prince Building on Atlantic Avenue was one of Boston’s first structures to be part of the Waterfront revival that began in the 1960s. This 11-story, concrete and brick building houses 43 residential units—ranging from studios to four bedrooms—and features high ceilings, hardwood floors, fireplaces, period detail, direct elevator access, balconies, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of either the city or the Boston Harbor, just across the street. With its spectacular setting, the Prince Building is situated on the primary footpath of Boston’s dynamic waterfront across the street from Commercial Wharf East and Lewis Wharf and just steps from North End restaurants, downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall, the Financial District, the new Rose Kennedy Greenway, the up and coming Seaport District, public transportation and is within easy access to major highways.